1000                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Bridgewater (Mass.), people from, settle in Kirby, i. 337

Bridport, hist., i. 16-18

N. H.-N. Y. conflict, i. 16²-17

organized, 1784, i. 17²

Brigham family of Fayston, iv. 181-2

of Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 715-6

Brighton, custom house at, i. 956

formerly named Random, i. 953

hist. by N. P. Bowman, i. 952-60

pioneers, i. 953

proprietors' meeting, i. 952²

town and other officers, i. 953

Brimfield (Mass.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 316²

Bristol, hist. by Harvey Munsill, i. 19-22

organized, 1789, i. 20

pioneers, i. 20

Bristol Flats, see Bristol

Bristol Notch, i. 103²

Bristol scenery, by Mrs. James Tucker, i. 22

British defeat the French at Lake George, 1735, i. 3

expedition against Canada in 1691, i. 2²

fleet captured at Plattsburg, ii. 297²

on Take Champlain, i. 5²

surrenders at Plattsburg, 1814, i. 107²

forces in Bennington battle, v. pt. 35, 17, 19, 20

land claims in Monkton and Starksboro, i. 105

massacred at Fort William Henry, 1757, i. 3²

position at Bennington battle, v. pt. 35, 17²-18

proclamation at Crown Point, 1776, i. 5²

progress from Ticonderoga to Albany, v. pt. 35, 16²-17

spies, Levi Sylvester, iii. 246

troops turned back in Cabot, iv. 75-6

Broad Brook, v. pt. 2, 277, 363

Bromley, part annexed to Mt. Tabor, iii. 867

renamed Peru, i. 207-8, 2d ed. 206-7; iii. 867

Brookfield (Mass.), persons from, settle in Benson, iii. 408²

settle in Goshen, i. 35

Brookfield (Vt.), census 1791-1860, ii. 864

description, ii. 854-6

grantees, ii. 855

hist. by Rev. E. P. Wild, ii. 854-70, 1163

pioneers, ii. 856²-7, 865

professional men, ii. 862-3

settled, 1779, ii. 856²

town and other officers, ii. 858²

Brookline, v. pt. 2, 359²-60

hist. by Charles P. Stickney, v. pt. 2, 377-405

military record, v. pt. 2, 383-4

organized, v. pt. 2, 378

part of Newfane annexed, v. pt. 2, 380

part of Putney annexed, v. pt. 2, 221-2

pioneers, v. pt. 2, 377-8

town and other officers, v. pt. 2, 380, 385-6

vital records, v. pt. 2, 386

Brooks free library, illustration, v. facing p. 17

Brooksville, New Haven, i. 70², 71

Brown family, of Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 710-12

Brownington, granted, 1782, iii. 90

hist by Rev. Samuel R. Hall, iii. 90-105, 374-7

military hist., iii. 104-5

physicians, iii. 93

pioneers, iii. 90-2

town and other officers, iii. 90-1

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1001

 

Brownington, town meetings, iii. 91

Lamoille co., early name of Johnson, ii. 669²

Brownington Gore, iii. 376

pioneers, iii. 376

Brownson family, of Arlington, i. 135, 2d ed. 137

Brownville or Brownington, ii. 669²

Brunswick, hist. by Mrs. Margaret G. Marshall, i. 960-6

pioneers, i. 961-4

surveyed, 1788, i. 961

Bruster river, ii. 693²

Buck Hollow, Fairfax, first settled, 1791, ii. 169, 172

Buffum's pond, Peru, i. 207², 2d ed. 206²

Bullwagga bay, i. 2, 8

Bullwagga Mt., see Ogden Mt.

Burgess Bridge, of North Bennington, v. pt. 35, 49²

Burgoyne captured, i. 158², 2d ed. 161

Burgoyne's army, i. 154-5, 2d ed. 156-7; v. pt. 35, 14-22

invasion, 1777, i. 151-60, 2d ed. 153-62

opinion of Vermonters, v. pt. 35, 21²

proclamation, May 1777, i. 5²

Burial places of Indians in Missisquoi valley, iv. 945

Buck family, of Westminster, v. pt. 2, 586

Burke, collegiates, i. 311²

hist. by A. Burington, i. 302-12

organized, 1796, i. 304²

Burke mountain, i. 302

Burke's fort, Bernardston Mass., v. pt. 2, 307

Burlington, breweries, i. 514²

census 1791-1840, 1860, i. 517;  iv. 274

city organization proposed, i. 508², 537²

co. court at, 1790, i. 466²-7

description, i. 719-25

elections, i. 500

fined for poor roads, i. 500²

flight from, in 1777, i. 157², 2d ed. 159²

granted, i. 487²

grantees, i. 488

hist. by Russell S. Taft, i. 487-656, 937-9

hotels, i. 504²

origin of name, i. 487²

pioneers, i. 491-9

professional men, i. 504

proprietors, i. 490

proprietors' meetings, i. 488-9, 492, 500

public buildings, i. 511-12

seen in mirage, i. 92

streets, i. 515-17

support of poor, i. 505-8

surveys, i. 491

town and other officers, i. 509-10

town lines, i. 504

town meetings, 1809, i. 501-2

vital records, i. 654-6, 937-8

(steamboat), i. 701-4

Burlington Female Seminary, by Rev. John K. Converse, i. 531-5

Burlington Free Press, ii. 960²-3

controversy with Montreal Herald, ii. 299²

Burmah, missionaries to, i. 163, 2d ed. 165

Burnap family, of Windham, v. pt. 3², 15-16

Burned mountains of Middlesex, iv. 229-31

Burr Seminary, of Manchester, i. 205, 2d ed. 204

 

 

 

1002                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Butler's Island, in Grand Isle co., ii. 473

Button Bay, i. 2²

Buxton family of Londonderry, v. pt. 3¹, 23-4

Byron family of Maidstone, i. 1035-6

 

 

 

Cabot, hist. by John M. Fisher, iv. 74-128

lots drawn, iv. 74²

military records, iv. 116-23

origin of name, iv. 75²

physicians, iv. 101

pioneers, iv. 76-7, 83-6

proprietors, iv. 75

town and other officers, iv. 103-5

town records, iv. 78-9

village incorporated, 1866, iv. 82²

villages, iv. 81-6

Cabot carriage co., iv. 82

Cadysville, ii. 680²-1

Calais, collegiates, iv. 164²

description, iv. 128-9, 154

granted 1780, iv. 129

grantees, iv. 130

hist. by James K. Tobey & Edwin E. Robinson, iv. 128-77

origin of name, iv. 130², 154²

physicians, iv. 164

pioneers, iv. 133-4

proprietors' records, iv. 129-34

settled 1787, iv. 133-4

town and other officers, iv. 135, 172-5

Caldersburg, early name of Morgan, iii. 282²; iv. 714

Caldwell's Upper Manor, ii. 473²

see also Alburg

Caledonia co., census, 1791-1860, i. 270

hist. by Rev. Thomas Goodwillie, i. 261-71

officers, i. 270

origin of name, i. 268

sources of hist., i. 271²

statistics, i. 270², 271, 301

Caledonia co. agri. soc., i. 269²

address before, 1845, i. 300²-2

Caledonia co. farmers club, i. 355-6

Caledonia. co. grammar school of Lyndon, i. 345²

of Peacham, i. 294-5, 360

land given it, i. 369²

Caley Town,. early name of Vershire, ii. 1132

Calkins family, of Waterbury, iv. 850-1

Cambrian cornet band of Fair Haven, iii. 710

Cambrian slate co. of Poultney, iii. 1001

Cambridge, grantees, ii. 596

grants made near, 1779, ii. 90

hist. by Lyman J. Seely, ii. 595-621, 796-7

military hist., ii. 606-10, 797

pioneers, ii. 596²-600, 610-13

proprietors' meetings, ii. 595²-6

statistics, ii. 605

town and other officers, ii. 605-6

villages, ii. 604

vital records, ii. 597, 603, 613, 617

Cambridgeport, in Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 501, 552

Camels Hump, Huntington, i. 458, 813²; iv. 21²

seen by Champlain, iv. 2

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1003

 

Canaan (Conn.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 312²

persons from, settle in Salisbury, i. 91

Canaan (N. Y.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 313²

Canaan (Vt.), granted, 1782, i. 1067²

hist. by H. A. Cutting, i. 1067²-9

pioneers, i. 1067²

settled, 1782, i. 1067²

Canada, extends jurisdiction in Alburg, ii. 490

Canadian garrisons in Grand Isle co., ii. 490

Canadian Radical War, see Canadian rebellion of 1837

Canadian raids, see Fenian invasion

Canadian rebellion of 1837, i. 101²; ii. 244², 266-7, 298-300, 374, 504-14

affected Alburg, ii. 499-507, 504

in Missiseo valley, iii. 327-9

Vt. soldiers during, ii. 403², 417, 420-1, 434-5, 445

Canadian refugees at Swanton, 1837, ii. 299

in Franklin co., ii. 298

Canal between Lake Champlain & St. Lawrence projected, 1792, iv. 300

Canal boats built at St. Albans, ii. 298

Canal route between Champlain and Casco bay surveyed, i. 957

Canal survey of 1826 in Plainfield, iv. 713

Canal surveys through Vt., iv. 6

Canals, projected in Vt., 1825, iv. 300-1

Candlesticks, taken from St. Francis Indians, i. 273

Caniaderi-Guaranti, Indian name for Lake Champlain, i. 2

Canfield family, i. 134, 2d ed. 136

Cannon invented by Cyrus Dodge, v. pt. 2, 306²

taken at Bennington, i. 158, 2d ed. 160

Cannterbury (Conn.), persons from, settle in Hancock, i. 43²

Canton (N. Y.), residence of Silas Wright, i. 111

Cape Breton War, Putney soldiers, v. pt. 2, 219

Capital punishment in Chittenden Co., 1808, i. 467²

Capt. Kidd's gold, iii. 1087-90

in Middlesex, iv. 241-2

in Waitsfield, iv. 776²

Captains on Lake Champlain, ii. 242

on Lake Champlain steamers, i. 705²

Capture and escape of John Stark, i. 263

Capture and rescue of Remember Baker, i. 767-8

Captures and escapes, i. 6

at Addison, i. 11²

at Arlington, i. 133 note, 2d ed. 134 note

at New Haven, i. 69²-70

at Orwell, i. 860-1

at Panton, i. 80², 82-3

at Peacham, i. 359², 362-3

at Shoreham, i. 97², 98

at Waltham, i. 109

at Weybridge, i. 109²

from tories, i. 1028²-9

Carding machine, built in Wardsboro, v. pt. 2, 673

first in Bennington co., i. 251²

Carleton (British ship), i. 5²

Carleton family, of Barre, iv. 40

Carleton's Island, see Stave Island

Carley family, of Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 721-2

"Carlton 's Prize," i. 666

Carnes granite quarry, Barre, iv. 39

Caroline (Steamer), destroyed by British, ii. 509

Carriage, first in Barnet, 1812, i. 294

Carthage, see Jay

 

 

 

1004                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Carver's falls, Fair Haven, iii. 676²-7

Caspian lake in Greensboro, iii. 209²

Cassimere manufacture, at Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 514

Castleton, collegiates, iii. 521²-2

first church building, iii. 525-6

granted, 1761, iii. 501

grantees, iii. 503

hist. by Rev. Joseph Steele, iii. 501-47

in the Revolution, iii. 510-12

lawyers, iii. 523

origin of name, iii. 501²

physicians, iii. 522²

pioneers, iii. 501²-2, 505-10

proprietors' records, iii. 501², 502²

rival of Rutland, iii. 582²

settled, 1770, iii. 502²

town and other officers, iii. 515-16

Castleton battle, 1777, iii. 511

Castleton medical academy, see Castleton medical college

Castleton medical college, iii. 513, 519-21, 528²

Castleton river, Fair Haven, iii. 691²-2

Castleton seminary, iii. 513, 517-19, 528²

Catamount fight, ii. 349

Catamount sign, Bennington, i. 126², 2d ed. 127

Catamount tavern, of Bennington, i. 151, 153², 156, 2d ed. 153²; v. pt. 35, 22², 29

illus., v. pt. 35, p. 23

Catamounts in Dorset, i. 184, 2d ed. 185²

Catlin's flouring mill, Burlington, i. 515

Catts-bane in Newfane, v. pt. 2, 458

Caughnawaga canal, i. 705

Cavalry co. of Franklin co., ii. 175

Cave, in Fletcher, ii. 215²

Caves, in Arlington, i. 122, 2d ed. 121²

in Dorset, i. 182-3, 2d ed. 183-4

in Monkton, i. 67²

Cemeteries, of Barre, iv. 35

Bennington, v. pt. 35, 53-4

Brattleboro, v. 59-60

Cabot, iv. 87

Danby, iii. 608

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 209-10

Essex, i. 783²

Fair Haven, iii. 703

Halifax, v. pt. 2, 414

Lyndon, i. 353

Middlesex, iv. 243-5

Middletown, iii. 808²

Montpelier, iv. 532-9

Northfield, iv. 667-70

Pawlet, iii. 898

Pittsford, iii. 950²-1

Poultney, iii. 970

Roxbury, iv. 747

St. Albans, ii. 364²-8

Stowe, ii. 702-6

Stratton, v. pt. 2, 522

Swanton, iv. 1039-40

Townshend, v. pt. 2, 549

Vernon, v. pt. 2, 309²

Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 691²

Cemeteries of Indians in Swanton, iv. 945-6

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1005

 

Census of militia east of Green Mts., in 1766, v. 2²

Census of Champlain valley, 1783-91, i. 667

Census, see also names of towns

Centennial celebration of Vt., v. pt. 35, 72-9

Centennial of Bennington battle, v. pt. 35, 56²

Centennial of Cong'l church of Westminister, v. pt. 2, 630-5

Centennial of Vt. Independence at Westminster, v. pt. 2, 635

Central Vt. railroad, Montpelier, iv. 251²; v. pt. 2, 511

built in Bolton, i. 483

chartered, iv. 6²

first stock subscribed in 1845, iv. 305²

see also Vt. Central R. R.

Centreville, ii. 799²

Chambly, Fort, see Fort Chambly

Champlain, Lake, see Lake Champlain

Champlain & Conn. river R. R. co., iii. 1112

Champlain & St. Lawrence R. R., built, 1836, i. 700

Champlain arsenal, at Vergennes, i. 107

Champlain canal, opened, i. 518

completed, i. 681²

Champlain transportation co., i. 683, 694², 700²-3

officers, i. 705

Champlain valley, common battle field between Iroquois & Algonkins in 1609, iv. 943

geology, ii. 91

natural history, ii. 21-88

Champlain's battle with Iroquois, by J. S., in Vergennes Citizen, Dec. 25, 1857 i. 1 note

Champlain's discovery, iv. 941

Character of the N. H. Grantees, iii. 587

Charcoal creek, ii. 344

Charcoal manufacture in Woodford, i. 248²

Charleston, former name, Navy, iii. 379²

granted, 1780, iii. 105

grantees, iii. 118-22

hist. by Alph Allyn, iii. 105-36, 377-81

pioneers, iii. 107-11, 118-22, 380

town and other officers, iii. 114-15

villages, iii. 122

Charlestown (N. H.), defended, 1747, i. 281

persons from, settle in Fairfax, ii. 168²

Charlotte, clergy, i. 742

collegiates, i. 737²

granted, 1762, i. 733²

hist. by Rev. Bernice D. Ames, i. 733-53, 939

military hist., i. 736-7

pioneers, i. 734-5

proprietors' meetings, i. 733-4

town and other officers, i. 744

Charlotte co., i. 121

boundaries, i. 462

civil power of, not acknowledged, i. 462²

court, i. 125(2)

est., 1772, i. 461-3

formerly part of Albany co., iv. 3²

included Franklin co., ii. 90

Charter expenses of Barnet, i. 276²

Halifax, v. pt. 2, 411

Charter fees of St. Johnsbury and Danville, i. 392

Underhill, i. 886²

Chase family, of Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 716-8

 

 

 

1006    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Chatham (Conn.), people from, settle in Hardwick, i. 331²

Chelsea, granted, 1770, ii. 870

grantees, ii. 870²

hist. by C. W. Clarke, ii. 870-3, 1164-68

lawyers, ii. 871-2

military hist., ii. 1164-7

organized, ii. 871

pioneers, ii. 870²

town officers, ii. 873

Chelsea Green, ii. 870

Chemical works in Highgate, ii. 261

Cherokee Indian mission, i. 335-6

Cherokee Indians, of Tenn. and Ga., i. 366²

Cheshire (Conn.), persons from, settle in Salisbury, i. 91

Chester, Cumberland co. court est. at, v. 3²

included in Albany co., v. 2²

new county buildings, v. 6-7

Chevelure, Point a la, i. 2² see Point a la Chevelure

Chimney Point, abandoned by French settlers, i. 4

fort built, 1690, i. 1-2, 754²; ii. 560²

horse race course, i. 6²

in Addison, i. 1, 78, 93²

settled, i. 3; ii. 558

Chipman's Point in Orwell, i. 74

Chippewa language, Bible translated into, i. 113²

Chittenden family, of Tinmouth & Williston, i. 907

Chittenden, granted, 1780, iii. 547², 548²

grantees, iii. 548²

history, iii. 547-52

organized, 1789, iii. 548²

pioneers, iii. 548²

proprietors' records, iii. 549²-52

statistics, iii. 547-8

town and other officers, iii. 549

Chittenden co., bounds, i. 453, 458

buildings located, i. 467

census, 1791-1860, i. 457, 470, 474

courts, i. 465-8

description, i. 457-8

divided, 1792, ii. 90

est. 1787, i. 6², 119², 466; ii. 474

natural history, ii. 21-88

officers appointed in 1787, i. 465 note

pioneers, i. 456²

sketch, i. 453-74

statistics, i. 474

Chittenden turnpike, see Winooski turnpike

Chittenden 's reply to congressional resolutions respecting Vt., Dec. 1782, i. 924

Church and state separated in Vt. in 1805, i. 294²

Church expenses a town charge by law, 1783, v. pt. 2, 631

Church of England, glebe, ii. 100²

glebes in N. H. grants, i. 127, 2d ed. 128

Church rate in Dummerston, 1785, v. pt. 2, 87-8

Church records of Pawlet destroyed, iii. 901

Churches of Addison, i. 6²

Albany, iii. 50, 52-3, 57-8, 373²

Alburg, ii. 514²

Arlington, i. 131-2, 2d ed. 132-3

Athens, v. pt. 2, 357², 390-3, 632²

Bakersfield, ii. 104-7, 388²

Barnet, i. 278, 284-7, 209-300, 384

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1007

 

Churches of Barre, iv. 28-31, 51-2

Barton, iii. 80, 86-9

Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 510-11, 515-6

Belvidere, ii. 593-4

Bennington, i. 139, 160-2, 254, 2d ed. 141², 162-4; v. pt. 35, 43-4, 48, 50

Benson, iii. 409-13

Berkshire, ii. 112-14, 119, 124 and note

Berlin, iv. 64-7, 1190

Bloomfield, i. 951-2

Bolton, i. 483

Bradford, ii. 819-23

Braintree, ii. 848-52

Brandon, iii. 463-74, 478-9

Brattleboro, v. 22-33, 177-80

Bridport, i. 17², 18

Brighton, i. 954

Bristol, i. 20-1

Brookfield, ii. 859-61

Brookline, v. pt. 2, 381, 632²

Brownington, iii. 92-3

Burke, i. 305-7, 311

Burlington, i. 500, 536-51

Cabot, iv. 93-101, 920

Calais, iv. 143-7

Cambridge, ii. 605-6, 619-21

Canaan, i. 1067²

Castleton, iii. 512²-14, 525-8, 539-42

Charleston, iii. 115-7, 379-80

Charlotte, i. 103², 738-44

Chelsea, ii. 872-3

Clarendon, iii. 562

Colchester, i. 776-8

Concord, i. 973-5

Corinth, ii. 879-82, 887-8

Cornwall, i. 24-5, 27²

Coventry, iii. 154-7

Craftsbury, iii. 166-70

Danby, iii. 604-8, 670

Danville, i. 315²-6

Derby, iii. 179-81, 390

Dorset, i. 190-2, 2d ed. 191-3

Dover, v. pt. 2, 345-9

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 82-9, 153-7, 172-3, 192-4, 202-3

East Montpelier, iv. 576-7

Eden, ii. 623-5, 797-8

Elmore, ii. 627²

Enosburg, ii. 134, 141-9, 383², 466

Essex, i. 785-90

Fairfield, ii. 193, 197-200, 384

Fair Haven, iii. 714-20

Fairlee, ii. 902-3

Ferrisburg, i. 33²

Fletcher, ii. 208²-11

Franklin, ii. 224-6, 1183

Georgia, ii. 247-53, 384

Glover, iii. 205-8

Goshen, i. 36², 38

Grafton, v. pt. 2, 559-60

Granby, i. 994-5

Grand Isle co., ii. 476, 484-7, 529, 534-9

Granville, i. 40²

 

 

 

1008    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Churches of Greensboro, iii. 214-7

Groton, i. 322-3; iv. 1166-8

Guildhall, i. 1009-12

Guilford, v. pt. 3, 9-10, 51-4

Halifax, v. pt. 2, 407, 415

Hardwick, i. 326-30

Highgate, ii. 269², 269-71, 384

Hinesburg, i. 796-9

Holland, iii. 236²-7

Hubbardton, iii. 771, 776-8

Huntington, i. 816²-7, 818, 826²-8

Hyde Park, ii. 655-6

Ira, iii. 781-3

Irasburg, iii. 254-5, 260

Isle La Motte, ii. 555²

Jamaica, v. pt. 2, 426-7

Jericho, i. 830

Johnson, ii. 672-6

Kirby, i. 337²-8

Landgrove, i. 198

Leicester, i. 44²

Lincoln, i. 49

Londonderry, v. pt. 3¹, 18-21

Lowell, iii. 271-3, 280-1

Lunenburg, i. 1019-23

Lyndon, i. 345-6

Manchester, i. 200, 204-5, 2d ed, i. 203²-4

Marlboro, v. pt. 2, 441²-2

Marshfield, iv. 199, 206-11

Mendon, iii. 787-9

Middlebury, i. 52², 54, 56-8

Middlesex, iv. 225²

Middletown, iii. 830-6

Milton, i. 841-2

Monkton, i. 67²

Montgomery, i. 276-7

Montpelier, iv. 288-90, 374-82, 387-428, 568-70

Moretown, iv. 599-602

Morristown, ii. 689-90

Morgan, iii. 287²-9

Mt. Holly, iii. 847²-50

New Haven, i. 69-70

Newbury, ii. 919²-22, 931-4, 951

Newfane, v. pt. 2, 481-6, 725²

Newport, iii. 294-8

Northfield, iv. 616², 648-58, 705, 708

Orange, ii. 957

Orleans co., iii. 36

Orwell, i. 73-4

Pawlet, iii. 896, 900-5

Peacham, i. 269, 359-63

Peru, i. 208²-9, 2d ed. 207²-8

Pittsfield, iii. 936-7

Pittsford, iii. 944-7, 956²

Plainfield, iv. 726-9

Poultney, iii. 989-99

Putney, v. pt. 2, 234-9

Randolph, ii. 996²-7, 999-1006, 1031-2, 1064-6

Readsboro, i. 221, 2d ed. 219²-20

Richford, ii. 284-5, 384

Richmond. i. 845, 848-9

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1009

 

Churches of Ripton, i. 87

Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 502

Roxbury, iv. 750-1

Rupert, i. 224-5, 2d ed. 223-4

Rutland, iii. 1016-22, 1041-50

Ryegate, i. 379-80, 383-5

St. Albans, ii. 292²-3, 332-40, 464

St. George, i. 852²

St. Johnsbury, i. 401-2, 404-9

Salisbury, i. 90

Sandgate, i. 231, 2d ed. 230

Shaftsbury, i. 235-6, 2d ed. 235

Sheffield, i. 417-8

Shelburne, i. 872-4, 879-84

Sheldon, ii. 372, 378-80, 383

Shoreham, i. 95-6

Shrewsbury, iii. 1126²

Somerset, v. pt. 2, 529²

South Hero, ii. 571, 574, 578

Stamford, i. 238

Stannard, i. 435

Starksboro, i. 103

Stowe, ii. 709-19

Strafford, ii. 1068², 1077-88, 1176-7

Stratton, v. pt. 2, 522

Sudbury, iii. 1138-9

Sutton, i. 424-5; v. pt. 34, 14-20, 56²

Swanton, ii. 1186; iv. 1078-96

Thetford, ii. 1095²-6, 1008

Tinmouth, iii. 1144², 1150-1

Topsham, ii. 1107-8

Townshend, v. pt. 2, 547-9

Troy, iii. 322-4, 330-1

Tunbridge, ii. 1123-5

Underhill, i. 888-9

Vergennes, i. 107

Vernon, v. pt. 2, 278-80

Vershire, ii. 1133, 1135-6, 1183

Victory, i. 1048, 1050

Waitsfield, iv. 780²-4, 794

Walden, i. 427

Wallingford, iii. 1174-82

Waltham, i. 108²

Wardsboro, v. pt. 2, 670 repeated-2

Warren, iv. 803-4

Waterbury, iv. 821-2, 831, 840-1, 868, 876-8

Waterford, i. 431-2

Waterville, ii. 769²

Wells, iii. 1193-5

West Fairlee, ii. 914-5

Westfield, iii. 351-2

Westford, i. 892²-6

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 603-9, 623, 629-35

Westminster West, v. pt. 2, 640-7, 659-67

Weybridge, i. 110

Wheelock, i. 433

Whiting, i. 116²

Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 693

Wilmington, v. pt. 3³, 15-7

Williamstown, ii. 1143-5

Williston, i. 903-4

 

 

 

1010                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Churches of Windham, v. pt. 3², 7, 10, 18

Winhall, i. 246

Wolcott, ii. 774-5, 778

Woodford, i. 249²

Worcester, iv. 903-9

Civil rights of Bennington, i. 142², 2d ed. 145

Civil war bounties paid in Highgate, ii. 267²

Civil war confederates from Canada invade St. Albans, ii. 303-8

Civil war episode, June 20, 1862, iv. 1178-84

Civil war officers of Vt. regts., 1-8, i. 443-5

Civil war sermons, ii. 836-41; v. pt. 2, 652-58

Civil war soldiers of Albany, iii. 68-70

Alburg, ii. 514

Bakersfield, ii. 394-6

Barre, iv. 43-6

Barton, iii. 61-2

Belvidere, ii. 593²

Berkshire, ii. 396-8

Berlin, iv. 68-9

Bloomfield, i. 952

Bradford, ii. 841-2, 1155-60

Braintree, ii. 852-4

Brattleboro, v. 54-7

Brighton, i. 957-9

Brookfield, ii. 867-9

Brookline, v. pt. 2, 381-2, 384

Brownington, iii. 104-5

Brunswick, i. 964

Cabot, iv. 119-28

Calais, iv. 147-51

Caledonia co. regts. 10-15, i. 449-52

Cambridge, ii. 606²-10

Canaan, i. 1068

Castleton, iii. 529-31

Charleston, iii. 123-5

Chelsea, ii. 1164-6

Chittenden co., i. 475-80, 931-7

Co. A 2d regt. Vt. vol., i. 259

4th regt. Vt. vol., i. 260

Concord, i. 982-5

Corinth, ii. 883-4

Danby, iii. 655-62

Dover, v. pt. 2, 355-6

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 195-8

East Haven, i. 987

East Montpelier, iv. 587-90

Eden, ii. 625-6

Elmore, ii. 627

Enosburg, ii. 135, 399-402

Fair Haven, iii. 712-3

Fairfax, ii. 403-7

Fairfield, ii. 408-11

Fairlee, ii. 906-9

Fayston, iv. 194-7

Fletcher, ii. 412-4

Franklin, ii. 414-6

Franklin co., ii. 393-454

Georgia, ii. 417-20

Grafton, v. pt. 2, 557-60

Grand Isle, ii. 534²

Greensboro, iii. 217-31

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1011

 

Civil war soldiers of Groton, iv. 1164

Guilford, v. pt. 3, 58-61

Highgate, ii. 421-5

Holland, iii. 238-9

Hyde Park, ii. 656-9

Irasburg, iii. 261-3

Jamaica, v. pt. 2, 436-9

Johnson, ii. 666-8

Lamoille co., ii. 591

Londonderry, v. pt. 3¹, 26-8

Lowell, iii. 270-1

Lunenburg, i. 1018

Maidstone, i. 1045

Marlboro, v. pt. 2, 452-3

Marshfield, iv. 217-8

Mendon, iii. 792-3

Middlesex, iv. 247-50

Montgomery, ii. 425-27

Montpelier, iv. 299, 342-50, 520-6

Moretown, iv. 609-11

Morgan, iii. 286-7

Morristown, ii. 690-2

Mt. Holly, iii. 870

Newbury, ii. 947-51

Newfane, v. pt. 2, 489-91

Northfield, iv. 699-704

Orange, ii. 970-1

Orleans co., iii. 36

Pawlet, iii. 875-9

Pittsford, iii. 952-4

Plainfield, iv. 733-4

Putney, v. pt. 2, 227-8

Randolph, ii. 990-2

Richford, ii. 428-30

Roxbury, iv. 754-6

St. Albans, ii. 435-44

Sheldon, ii. 430-3

Sherburne, iii. 1123

Shrewsbury, iii. 1135-7

Somerset, v. pt. 2, 529²

South Hero, ii. 576-7, 586

Stowe, ii. 743-68

Strafford, ii. 1088-90

Stratton, v. pt. 2, 523-4

Sutton, v. pt. 34, 53-5

Swanton, ii. 445-52; iv. 1061-9

Thetford, ii. 1178-80

Topsham, ii. 1111-4

Troy, iii. 337-42

Tunbridge, ii. 1126-8, 1182

Vernon, v. pt. 2, 286-7

Vershire, ii. 1134-5

Victory, i. 1050-1

Waitsfield, iv. 7734, 796-800

Wardsboro, v. pt. 2, 674-5

Warren, iv. 808-10

Waterbury, iv. 841-4

Waterville, ii. 770

Wells, iii. 1197

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 601²-2

Westminster West, v. pt. 2, 652

 

 

 

1012                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Civil war soldiers of Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 695-7

Williamstown, ii. 1145-7

Wilmington, v. pt. 3³, 11-12

Windham, v. pt. 3², 21-5

Wolcott, ii. 776-8

Woodbury, iv. 880-2

Worcester, iv. 910-11

Civil war summary of Townshend, v. pt. 2, 541

Clarendon boundary changes, iii. 571-2

granted by N. Y. & N. H., iii. 570²

grants, iii. 553²

hist. by H. B. Spofford, iii. 552-76

military hist., iii. 560-1, 573-5

origin of name, iii. 570²

pioneers, iii. 554, 571-2

settled, 1768, iii. 554

town and other officers, iii. 561-2, 571

vital records, iii. 571

see also Socialboro

Clarendon Springs, iii. 569-70

Clark family of Mt. Holly, iii. 852-61

Clarksville in Landgrove, i. 198

Clary's island, Vernon, v. pt. 2, 305

Clash between military and judicial authorities at St. Albans, iii. 353²

Clergy, N. H. grants to, i. 127

see also Biographical sketches

Clermont (steamboat), i. 686

Clinton co. in Vt. under N. Y., i. 463 note

Clio Hall, Bennington, i. 163², 2d ed. 165²; v. pt. 35, 29²

Clothes wringers of galvanized iron first made in Waterbury, iv. 834

Clothing manufacture in Westminster West, v. pt. 2, 650

Cloudburst in Moretown, 1830, iv. 595-6

Clyde river, Brighton, i. 955

Coal mining, i. 30-1

Cobble Hill granite quarry, Barre, iv. 38²

Cohasse intervals, i. 264²

see also Coos

Coit's Gore, early name of Waterville, ii. 769

joined to Bakersfield 1799, ii. 103

Colchester, i. 6²

block house, i. 755²

census, 1791-1860, i. 762

granted, i. 487², 756²

half shire town, i. 465

hist. by David Read, i. 754-78, 931-2

natural history, i. 757-9

pioneers, i. 760-3

town and other officers, i. 763

Colchester Point, i. 2²

Capt. Schuyler's camp in 1690, i. 754²

remains of early settlement, i. 754²-5

Cold July, 1829, in Middlesex, iv. 242²

Cold season of 1816 in Benson, i. 99

Cabot, iv. 89

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 114

Enosburg, ii. 139

Hardwick, i. 325²

Orleans co., iii. 32², 321²

Peacham, i. 362²

Richford, ii. 282², 286²

St. Albans, ii. 297²-8

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1013

 

Cole's mills, in Westport, N. Y., i. 12²

College at Williamstown proposed, 1785, i. 520; ii. 1143

Colon and Spondee, articles by Royall Tyler, v. 95²

Colonial wars, ii. 560; v. pt. 2, 433-5, 457-8

in Chittenden co., i. 455²-6

in Newfane, v. pt. 2, 456²-8

in Pawlet, iii. 871²-2

on Lake Champlain, i. 2-4

official records of 1754-60, iv. 1151-5

soldiers, Jonathan Armstrong, i. 186, 2d ed. 187²

Isaac Farwell, i. 187, 2d ed. 188²

Jonas Fay, i. 171², 2d ed. 173²

Robert Hunkins, ii. 825²

Paul Moore, i. 97

William Raymond, i. 233, 2d ed. 227²

Capt. Samuel Robinson, i. 167, 170, 2d ed. 169², 172

see also Cape Breton war

Coltshill, name changed to Greensboro, iii. 210²

Columbian marble co., iii. 1066-8

Colvin murder case, i. 205-6, 2d ed. 204²-5

Commemoration table, i. e. Donors of portraits and engravings, patronesses and subscribers to the Gazetteer, i. 1071-9; ii. 1191-5

Commercial crisis of 1837 in Swanton, iv. 1011

Commercial Herald, of Phila., v. pt. 2, 247²

The Commerce (boat), ii. 298

Commissioners for sale of confiscated estates, v. 14²

Commissioners of Vt. sent to various states and to Congress, i. 773

Committee of correspondence in Cumberland co., v. 10², 11

in Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 494²

Committee of safety of Cumberland co., v. 11²-13

of N. Y. adherents in Cumberland co., v. pt. 2, 27-8

of N. H. grants, i. 128, 2d ed. 129

Common schools, see schools

Competition in boat traffic on Champlain, i. 692-702

"Conant's Furnace," iii. 436

Conant stove, first made in Vt., iii. 425² note

Concord, census, i. 972

description, i. 970

granted, 1780, i. 967

grantees, i. 967

hist. by J. E. Woodbury, i. 966-85

pioneers, i. 967²-8

proprietors' meetings, i. 967

town and other officers, i. 971-2

villages, i. 972-3

Concord Corner, pioneers, i. 973

Confederate sympathizers from Canada raid St. Albans, 1864, ii. 303-8

Conferences between Vt. and Canada, 1780-3, i. 773-4

see also Haldimand negotiations

Confiscated tory estates, i. 201, 2d ed. 201; ii. 322-3

in Danby, iii. 586²

in Georgia, ii. 234

in Panton, i. 79², 81, 83

Conflict between Vt. and N. Y. adherents in Guilford, 1782-4, v. pt. 2, 57; v. pt. 3, 38-40

Conflict between Vermont Central and Rutland and Burlington R. Rs, ii. 301²-2

Congregational Journal, of Concord, N. H., ii. 153²

Congress thanks Stark, 1777, v. pt. 35, 22

treacherous to Vt., i. 923

Connecticut and Passumpsic rivers railroad, i. 269², 339; ii. 803, 955²

Connecticut Courant, quoted, i. 124

 

 

 

1014                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Connecticut river, v. pt. 2, 250²

decreed by Crown as western boundary of N. H., in 1764, i. 146², 2d ed. 149

flood heights at Vernon, v. pt. 2, 276²-7

navigation v. pt 3, 62-3

proposed state on, i. 391

R. R., v. pt. 2, 306, 511²

R. R. projected, 1827, iv. 6²

terraces in Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 501

Connecticut valley surveyed in 1760-1 from White river to Onion and Lamoille rivers, i. 281; ii. 802

to he settled and fortified by N. H, ii. 916

Constitution (ship), i. 584

Constitution of Vt. adopted, 1777, v. 14

Constitutional convention at Bennington, 1791, i. 136², 2d ed. 138²

Contents of vol. 1 of the Gazetteer, i. pref. p. vii-xi

vol. 2 of the Gazetteer, ii. pref. p. vii-viii

vol. 3 of the Gazetteer, already in type, ii. pref. p. viii-ix; iii. pref, p. vii-viii

vol. 4 of the Gazetteer, iv. pref. p. iv

Contents of Washington co. history of the Gazetteer, iv. 925-32

Contest for location of Vt. capitol, 1805-7 and 1857, iv. 6², 8-9

Continental army, Bennington votes bounties for 20 soldiers in Col. Warner's regt., Apr. 1777, i. 153², 2d ed. 155²

Green Mt. Boys, in, i. 152, 2d ed. 154²

Continental Congress, 1774, v. 11

Vt. agent present at, Jan. 1777-82, i. 171², 2d ed. 173²

Continental money, value, i. 316

Continental store house at Bennington, v. pt. 35, 50²

Contraband dealers, see Smuggling

"The Contrast," by Royall Tyler, v. 93

Contributors and Manuscripts for remainder of the work of the Gazetteer, ii. pref. pp. ix-x

Contributors to the Gazetteer, i. 1071; ii. pref. pp. ix-x

Controversy between Davis and Allen, iv. 713

between Vt. & N. H., ii. 934-43

Conversational club of Northfield, iv. 698²

Cooley creamer made at Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 511²

Cooper's Point, in Vernon, v. pt. 2, 277

Coos, Upper and Lower, ii. 802

Coos country, i. 1028

explored by N. H., 1754, ii. 916-7

see also Newbury

Coos meadows, i. 263

Coos road in Berlin, iv. 53

Coosuck Indians, ii. 802²

Copper in Vershire and Corinth, ii. 803, 875

Copper mine in Brighton, i. 955²

in Corinth, ii. 1168

in Vershire, ii. 908², 1137-8

Copperas in Strafford, ii. 1085-8

Copperas Hill, of Strafford, ii. 1067², 1085²

Corinth, granted, 1774, ii. 874

hist. by Insley Dow, ii. 873-8, 1168-9

in Rev. war, ii. 874²

lawyers, ii. 882

military hist. ii. 879², 883-5

physicians, ii. 882²

pioneers, ii. 875-6, 885, 887

settled, 1781, ii. 885-6

town and other officers, ii. 874², 882-3, 1169

vital records, ii. 878-9

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1015

 

Corinth copper company, ii. 875, 1168²

Corinth copper mine, ii. 1168

Corlear's Lake, Dutch name of Lake Champlain, i. 2 and note

Corner stone of Bennington battle monument laid, v. pt. 35, 60-9

Cornish (N. H.), persons from, settle in Enosburg, ii. 142

Cornton, in Putney, v. pt. 2, 223²

Cornwall (Conn.), persons from, settle in Berkshire, ii. 121

Cornwall (Vt.), collegiates, i. 25²

hist. by L. Matthews, i. 23-31

Indian raids in, i. 24

Literary society see Young gentlemen's society

N. H. and N. Y. conflict, i. 23²

pioneers, i. 23², 26-8

proprietors from Litchfield co. Conn., i. 23²

settled in 1774, i. 23²

Coroner's inquest on W. French's murder, v. 2, 574

Correspondence of Gen. Jacob Bailey regarding Vt., ii. 934-9

Levi Allen, i. 571-4

Thomas Chandler and Capt. Ebenezer Allen, i. 860²

Thomas Chittenden and Ira Allen, i. 858

George Washington and Col. Thomas Johnson, ii. 929-30

Cost of living at St. Albans, 1817, ii. 297²

Cost of State House, 1808, iv. 285²

The Cottage Hearth, of Boston, v. 183²

Cotton, in Iroquois' armor, i. 1²

Cotton gin, in Bennington, i. 251²

Cotton mills, in Burlington, i. 513-4

in U. S., in 1810, iv. 275²

Cottrill family, of Montpelier, iv. 520

"Council room," Bennington, i. 153², 2d ed. 156

Council room hearth, illus., v. pt. 35, 27

Counterfeiters, i. 125², 178², 2d ed. 126, 180; ii. 831-2; iii. 818-9

in Bradford and Middletown, iii. 817

in Morgan, iii. 289

in Rupert, i. 228, 2d ed. 227

Counties of Vermont, i. 461-7; ii. 801; iv. 4

of western Vt. est., i. 464-7

County commissioners for granting licenses, ii. 96-7

County courts, granted licenses, ii. 96²

County fair, of Franklin co., ii. 101

Country grammar schools, see Addison co. grammar school, and names of other counties

County officers elected by general assembly, 1787, i. 465²

see also Franklin co. officers, Rutland co. officers, etc.

County road in Washington co., iv. 6. 11

County supt's of common schools, ii. 98

Court House Hill, Westminster, v. pt. 2, 494²

Court of Confiscation of Vt., v. 14² (2)

see also Confiscated tory estates

Coventry (Conn.), persons from, settle in Hardwick, i. 333

Coventry (Vt.), granted, 1780, iii. 136

hist. by Rev. Pliny H. White, iii. 136-64, 381

military hist., iii. 153²

pioneers, iii. 136-50

settled, iii. 136, 137

town and other officers, iii. 158-9

vital records, iii. 153

Coventry Gore, iii. 150

Craftsbury, first organized town in Orleans co., iii. 31

formerly in Chittenden and Caledonia counties,  iii. 165²

granted, 1781, iii. 165

 

 

 

1016                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Craftsbury, grantees, iii. 170

hist. by W. J. Hastings, iii. 164²-78, 281

military hist., iii. 178

physicians, iii. 166²

pioneers, iii. 165

town and other officers, iii. 165², 170-1

town records, iii. 165²

villages, iii. 165²

vital records, iii. 1702

Cranberry river see Saranac river

Cream hill in Shoreham, i. 95, 96², 97

Credulity about hidden gold in Essex, i. 784-5

Crown Point, abandoned by Americans, 1776 & 1777, i. 5²

burned by French, 1759, i. 4

Champlain reached, i. 1

in 1758 & 1760, v. pt. 2, 28, 31

New York's objective, 1690, i. 2

possession disputed, i. 3

rebuilt by British, 1759, i. 4

repaired by British, 1778, i. 12

strength of, i. 4

taken by Col. Warner, i. 5

see also Fort St. Frederick

Cuba, expedition against, 1762, i. 186, 2d ed. 187²

Cumberland (township), never chartered, v. pt. 2, 684

Cumberland co., affairs in Congress, v. 17²

attempts to remove co. seat from Chester, v. 3-9

bounds, i. 261²

buildings at Chester, v. 3, 6-7

census, v. 10

committee of correspondence, v. pt. 2, 539

committee of safety, v. 11²-13

conflict over location of shire town, v. 8²

disallowed by King, v. 3²

est. by N. Y., 1766, iv. 3; v. 3

1772, i. 461²-3

est. by Vt., March 1778, v. pt. 2, 273²

1779, i. 262, 463²

first civil officers appointed by Vt., v. 14², 15

hist. by G. A. Davis, v. 1-17 in 1779, ii. 474

militia, v. 13

N. Y. officers, v. 2, 3

propose petition to King, v. 2², 11²

records, v. 3²

reestablished, v. 3²

represented in N. Y. Provincial congresses, v. 10-13

resists N. Y., v. 11², 13²

Cumberland co. congress, of 1774, v. pt. 2, 208

Cumberland co. conventions, v. 10-13; v. pt. 2, 538-9

Cumberland co. court at Westminster, v. 9²

broken up, v. 5-6

est. by N. Y., 1776, v. 3

officials arrested, v. pt. 2, 574

Cumberland co. courts est. by Vt. June 1778, v. 14²

Cummington (Mass.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 318²

Curtis family, of Calais, iv. 152-4

Custom house at Brighton, i. 956

Cutler family, of Brookline, v. pt. 2, 393-4

Cut-off Territory, v. pt. 2, 251²

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1017

 

Cuttingsville, iii. 1126

 

 

 

Dairy machinery manufacture in Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 511

Dalton (Mass.), persons from, settle in Hancock, i. 43²

persons from, settle in Salisbury, i. 91

Danby, census 1791-1810, 1870, iii. 591, 593, 666

changes between 1765 and 1815, iii. 594-5

charters, iii. 576²-7

Civil war record, iii. 654-62

Committee of safety, iii. 586

gift of school fund, iii. 597²-8

grantees, iii. 577

hist. by J. C. Williams, iii. 576-672

in Rev. war, iii. 586

military hist., iii. 652-63

militia companies, 1775-1864, iii. 662-3

organized, iii. 581

pioneers, iii. 579²

political parties, iii. 598

poor farm purchased 1859, iii. 596²

proprietors' records, iii. 577²-8, 580

surveyed, iii. 578

town and other officers, iii. 581-2, 585-6, 588, 598-60

town house voted, iii. 595-6

town meetings, iii. 581-2, 585-98

town records, iii. 578²-9

vital records, iii. 666

Danville, charter quieted, i. 314

granted, 1786, i. 313²

hist. by M. T. C. Alexander, i. 312-21

origin of name, i. 312², 389²

pioneers, i. 313

productions, 1860, i. 316

rank, in early history, i. 314

surveys, i. 314

Danville circuit, i. 316

Dark day, in 1780, v. pt. 2, 689

Dartmouth Coll., given grant of Wheelock, i. 269², 432², 521

Davis and Allen controversy, iv. 713-5

Daye printing press, v. pt. 2, 601

Day's mills of Barre, iv. 35

Deed Creek, in Addison, i. 4, 81

Debating club of Pawlet, iii. 899

Poultney, iii. 981²

Debt, imprisonment for, i. 35²

Declaration that Vt. ought to be free made at Dorset convention, i. 771²

Dedication of vol. 1, i. pref. p. v.

2, ii. pref. p. iii.

3. iii. pref. p. iii.

4, iv. pref. p. iii.

5, v. pref. p. iii.

"Deer licks," in Highgate, ii. 261²

Deer rifts in Pawlet, iii. 890

Deerfield (Mass.), captives' route to Canada in 1704, i. 455²

persons from, settle in Grand Isle, ii. 539²-40

Deerfield river, v. pt. 2, 338, 519, 686; v. pt. 3³, 5

Defence of Seth Warner, i. 154, 156-7, 2d ed. 156, 158-9

Dellins, N. Y. patent, 1696, iii. 405²

Derby history, iii. 178-95

lawyers, iii. 182

physicians, iii. 182

Deserters in war of 1812, ii. 295

 

 

 

1018    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Dewey family, of Berlin, iv. 61

Deweysburgh, i. 314, 358²

Dexter family, of Dover, v. pt. 2, 356

Diadamus Island in Grand Isle co., ii. 473

Diary of Jabez Fitch, ii. 638-53

Eben Judd, i. 944-6

Lt. Spaulding, in 1758, v. pt. 2, 28-33

Dimick place, Bennington, i. 154, 176, 2d ed. 156², 178

Diocese of Burlington, R. C. church, ii. 339

Diocesian school for girls, Montpelier, Ga., ii. 361²

Discovery of Lake Champlain, ii. 89 and note

Discovery of supposed early records in lead tube in Swanton, 1853, iv. 934

Disorders in Bennington co., i. 124-6, 2d ed. 124-7

Distillery in Cabot, iv. 89-91

Cambridge, ii. 605

Enosburg, ii. 136, 155-6

Montpelier, iv. 275

Plainfield, iv. 720

Westminster West, v. pt. 2, 649

Documentary history of N. Y., map of Lake Champlain, ii. 89², 90

Dodge family, of Montpelier, iv. 501

Dog river, iv. 21², 694

Dog river valley ass'n, Northfield, iv. 686-7

Donors of portraits and engravings, in vol. i. of Gazetteer, i. 1071

in vol. 2, of Gazetteer, ii. 1191

Donors of portraits for Dummerston history, v. pt. 2, 216²

Montpelier history, iv. 591-2

Swanton history, iv. 1144

Westminster history, N. pt. 2, 670

Dorrilites in Guilford, v. pt. 3, 10 note

Dorset, description, i. 192², 2d ed. 193²

eccentric characters, i. 188-9, 2d ed. 189-90

hist. by L. B. Armstrong, i. 182-96, 2d ed. 183-96

Dorset convention of 1776, delegates and proceedings, i. 128, 185-6, 2d ed. 128², 186-7

Dorset conventions, iii. 1166; v. 13-14; v. pt. 2, 339

Dorset Mt., named Mt. Eolus, i. 183 and note, 2d ed. 184 and note

Dorset street in Burlington, i. 182 note, 2d ed. 183² note

Dover (N. Y.), persons from, settle in Bridport, i. 17

in Fairfield, ii. 197²

Dover (Vt.), census, v. pt. 2, 344

described, v. pt. 2, 337-8

hist. by K. Haskins, v. pt. 2, 337-56

hotels, v. pt. 2, 351-2

physicians, v. pt. 2, 353

pioneers, v. pt. 2, 338-9

set off from Wardsboro, v. pt. 2, 337

town and other officers, v. pt. 2, 339-44

town records, v. pt. 2, 339-44

traders, v. pt. 2, 352-3

Draper, early name of Wilmington, v. pt. 3³, 7

Dred Scott decision, Vt. legislature report on, iii. 487²

Drinking cup of Gov. Chittenden, i. 135² note, 2d ed. 137² note

Dual government in Guilford, v. pt. 3, 5-7

''Duchess of St. Albans," ii. 291²

Dummerston, census. 1761-93. v. pt. 2, 110-11, 178-9, 209²

charters, v. pt. 2, 1-3, 5

collegiates, v. pt. 2, 203-4

description, v. pt. 2, 4-5

first discovery, v. pt. 2, 1

grantees, v. pt. 2, 3-4

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1019

 

hist. by David L. Mansfield, v. pt. 2, 1-216

military hist., v. pt. 2, 115-28

pioneers, v. pt. 2, 89-107, 161-71, 214

town and other officers, v. pt. 2, 205, 208-9

town records, v. pt. 2, 8-13, 111-3

vital records, v. pt. 2, 86, 152

western bounds, v. pt. 2, 171-2

Duncansborough, early name of Newport, iii. 303²-4

Dunmore, Lake, see Lake Dunmore

(township), N. Y. grant on Conn. river, i. 261², 277, 387-8

original name of Waterford and adjacent lands, i. 387

Durham, boundaries, iii. 405

former name of Clarendon, iii. 553²

Dutch in Pownal, i. 214-5, 2d ed. 213-4

Dutch refugees in Franklin, ii. 227

Highgate, ii. 255

Dutchess co. (N. Y.), persons from, settle in Ferrisburg, i. 33

Manchester, i. 200, 2d ed. 199²

Panton, i. 81², 82²

Dutchman's Point in North Hero, ii. 490

Dwinell family, of Calais, iv. 161-3

 

 

 

Eagle (ship), i. 582-3

Ear marks for cattle, ii. 175²; v. pt. 2, 232²

Early rose potatoes, iii. 775².6

Earthquake of 1780, in Randolph, ii. 1047

East and West Unions, of Vt. abandoned, i. 922

Edit Hampton (Long Island), persons from, settle in Shoreham, i. 101

East Haven granted, 1790, i. 985²

hist. by Kitridge and D. C. Hudson, i. 985-7

military hist., i. 1069

pioneers, i. 985-6

town officers, i. 986-7

East Montpelier, casualties, iv. 584-5

hist. by S. S. Kelton, iv. 575-92

military affairs, iv. 587-90

settled, 1788, iv. 577-8

town officers, iv. 586

villages, iv. 575

vital records, iv. 577, 583-4

East mountain in Starksboro, i. 103²

East Village, Brattleboro, v. 33-4

Eastern boundary of N. Y. decreed in 1764 to be at Conn. river, v. pt. 2, 274

see also N. H.-N. Y. conflict

Eastman family, of Sutton, v. pt. 34, 5-12

granite quarry, Barre, iv. 39

Eaton family, of Calais, iv. 160

Eden, granted to Warner's reg't, ii. 622

hist. by Frank Plumley, ii. 621-6

town and other officers, ii. 624

Edge tool and hoes made in Berlin, iv. 62

Editorial notes are numerous throughout the work. Among the more important not including the dedications and prefaces are the following:-the paper covers of the different nos. of vols. i and iv; and i. 50, supplementary p. 2 after p. 240, 257 note, 520², 1039 note, 1070; ii. 364-8, 952; iii. 176, 494, 933; iv. verso of title page 538-9, 591-2, 975-88 (Review of Rev. J. B. Perry's hist. of Swanton), 1191-4 (relating to state and town aid for the Gazetteer), 1195, editor's last note.

Editorial recognition, see Excerpts from periodicals noticing the Gazetteer

Educated ministry of M. E. church promoted by Rev. Wilbur Fisk, v. pt. 3, 76

Education, expenses in Fairlee, ii. 903²

in Chittenden co., i. 470²

 

 

 

1020    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Education, State Board of, est. 1856, ii. 98

see also Academy; Schools; Names of county grammar schools, as Caledonia co. grammar school; and of colleges

Education of women in Bennington, i. 164, 2d ed. 166

Educational development in Vt., i. 521; iii. 958-60

Educational grant in Vt. secured by Dartmouth, i. 521

Egremont (Mass.), persons from, settle in Georgia, ii. 235²

Ejectment suits for taxes in Vt., ii. 324²

Ejectment trials against N. H. grantees at Albany, 1770, i. 148, 164², 2d ed. 150², 166²

Election day in Montpelier, iv. 155

Election of Gov. in 1813, i. 620

Election sermon before the governor, iv. 296

Elections in Grand Isle, ii. 530-1

in Shelburne, i. 874

Electioneering methods, ii. 349

EIectoral vote of Burlington, i. 508

Electric dynamo, self-regulating, invented by George H. Niles, v. pt. 2, 421²

Electric lighting in Bennington, v. pt. 35, 46²

Electric motor, invented by Thomas Davenport, ii. 1153; iii. 485-6

Electro-magnetism applied to machinery at Brandon, iii. 486

Elephant's tusk found in Brattleboro, v. 191

Richmond, i. 843²

Elgin spring in Panton, i. 81²

Elmore, granted and settled, ii. 626²-7

hist. by E. Henry Willey, ii. 626-8, 798-9

town officers, ii. 627

Embargo of 1812, ii. 228

effect upon Richford, ii. 286²

St. Albans, ii. 293²-4, 342-3

Emigration from Worcester to Ohio, iv. 893

Emigration to the West, from St. Albans, ii. 297²-8

England, people from, settle in Arlington, 2d ed., i. 123²

English in Chittenden co. before 1790, i. 456-7

English settlement, first on Lake Champlain, i. 661

on Missisquoi about 1765, iv. 964-6, 971

Enosburg, hist. by George Adams, ii. 134-65

military hist., ii. 135

physicians, ii. 136²

pioneers, ii. 149-53

proprietors' meetings, ii. 132-3

"the pattern town," ii. 160²

villages, ii. 134

Enosburg brass band, ii. 160

Enosburg "Rifle Corp," ii. 398-9

Enosburg young men's temperance society, ii. 136²

Eolus Mt., see Mt. Eolus

Epidemics in Middlebury, i. 52², 53²

in Shoreham, 1814, i. 95

in Stowe, ii. 707-8

Epistle of Artemas the Scribe, v. pt. 2, 312

Epitaphs in Dorset, i. 186², 2d ed. 188

Strafford, ii. 1085

Epsom (N. H.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 292, 340²

Equinox Mt., i. 203², 2d ed. 202²

Equinox range, i. 121², 182², 2d ed. 184

Equivalent lands in Vt. granted by Mass. to Conn    pt. 2, 1, 9, 44-5, 171-2, 563², 564²

Errata in vol. 1 of the Gazetteer, i. 1070; also for pp. 143-221, i. supp. p. 2 after p. 240

Washington co. hist., iv. 574², 592, 932, 1144²

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1021

 

Erysipelas, in Burke, 1842, i. 309

Danville, 1843, i. 315

Essays: Ball, C. M., Ravages of Time, i. 42-3

Barlow, Mrs. J. B., Children, i. 118²

Battell, Philip, The Cemetery, i. 62-3

Godding, A. W., Education, i. 311-2

Grandy S., The Noteless Grave, i. 108²

Hemenway, Abbie M., Wayside Sketch, i. 50

Howard, Rev. R. H., Mountains—Their Moral Use, i. 729-30

Morgan, C., The Heavenly Recognition, i. 93

Parker, Mary A., My Hood, ii. 668-9

Stone, L. H., Never Grow Old, i. 811-12

Stowell, H. H., Beneficence the End of Life, i. 67-8

Tappan, H. A., Tomb of the Gifted, i. 83

Wilcox, Carlos, What Manner of Child Shall This Be? i. 742

Essex, census, 1791-1860, i. 783

collegiates, i. 784²

description, i. 785

grantees, i. 778²

hist. by L. C. Butler, i. 778-91

organized, i. 781

pioneers, i. 778²-81

town and other officers, i. 781²-2

Essex circuit, ii. 333-4

Essex co. (Mass.), people from, settle in Danville, i. 313

(Vt.), attorneys, i. 948-9

census, i. 947

courts, i. 947-9, 1006

description, i. 1057-8

est. 1811, i. 262

history, i. 943-50

natural hist. by H. A. Cutting, i. 1051-65

officers, i. 948-9

scenery, i. 949

statistics, i. 1052²-5

grammar school at Concord, i. 973, 976, 1005

Estabrook family, of Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 146-7

Ethan Allen (horse), i. 97

Eureka marble co., iii. 1069

Evans quarry in Kirby, i. 337

Evidence of white men, in Missisquoi valley, iv. 934

Excerpts from periodicals noticing the Gazetteer, i. supp. p. 13 after p. 240, ii. 1200, iii. 1243-5, iv. 1196-8, iv. Nos. 1 and 2, p. 3 of paper cover

Exodus westward from Hardwick, 1816, i. 325²

Expedition of Gen. Burgoyne, i. 666-9

Expenses for surveying grantees rights in Westminster, v. pt. 2, 565, 568²

 

 

 

Factory Point in Manchester, i. 199-200, 203-4, 2d ed. 200, 203

Factory Point cemetery, i. 204², 2d ed. 203²

The Fair Captive, see in name index under, Howe, Mrs. Jemima

Fair Haven, description, iii. 691-2

granted, 1779, iii. 672²

grantees, iii. 672²

hist. by A. N. Adams, iii. 672-746

in Rev. war, iii. 673

military hist., iii. 711-14

organized, iii. 683²

park, iii. 702²

pioneers, iii. 673-6

proprietors' meetings, iii. 674, 682-3

settled, iii. 673²-4

town and other officers, iii. 745-6

 

 

 

1022                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Fair Haven marble and marbleized slate co., iii. 706²

Fairbanks scales co., of St. Johnsbury, i. 407; ii. 680²

Fairfax, granted, 1763, 1779, ii. 90, 166²

grantees, ii. 166²

hist. by John A. Ufford, ii. 165-90, 467

pest house, ii. 171

pioneers, ii. 168-9

proprietors' meetings, ii. 167-8

taverns, ii. 174

town and other officers, ii. 169-71

town meetings, ii. 169²-71

villages, ii. 166

voters, 1787-1800, ii. 169², 171²

Fairfield, granted 1763, 1779, ii. 90, 190²

hist. by Samuel Perley, ii. 190-200

lawyers, ii. 193², 197²,. 200

part joined to Bakersfield, 1792, ii. 103

physicians, ii. 197

pioneers, ii. 192

proprietors' meetings, ii. 191-2

town and other officers, ii. 200

original name of Rutland, iii. 1014²

Fairlee, charter, 1761, ii. 888-9

description, ii. 892

divided, ii. 891²-2

grantees, ii. 889

hist by William Child, ii. 888-908, 1169

military hist., ii. 906-7

pioneers, ii. 890-1

proprietors' records, ii. 890-1

settled, 1766, ii. 891²

town and other officers, ii. 904²-6

vital records, ii. 901²

Fall Brook falls, v. pt. 2, 113

Fall Fight township, v. pt. 2, 307

Fall Mt. in Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 496

Fall Mt. paper co., Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 511²

Fall Town, early name of Bernardston (Mass.), v. pt. 2, 273, 275²

Fall Town Gore, v. pt. 2, 275²

Falls, at Vergennes, i. 4², 11², 106²

Fallstown, v. pt. 2, 493

see also Rockingham

Famine, in Coventry, of 1816, iii. 146

Georgia, ii. 241²

Middlebury, 1790, i. 52²

Panton, i. 80²-1

Richford, ii. 282²-3

Fane, see Newfane

Farm stock of Pawlet, iii. 899

Farmers' club, of Westminster, v. pt. 2, 601

Farmers' company, of Perthshire and Stirlingshire, i. 268², 282, 284

Farmer's mutual fire ins. co., iv. 282, 484-5

Farmer's Weekly Museum of Walpole, N. H., v. 95²; v. pt. 3, 42²

Farmington (Conn.), persons from, settle in Fairfax, ii. 177

Farms in Dummerston, v. 70-8

Waterbury, iv. 827-30

Fayetteville, Newfane, v. pt. 2, 456, 460-1, 725-6

Fayston, description, iv. 177

hist. by Mrs, Laura B. Boyce, iv. 177²-97

pioneers, iv. 178

town officers, iv. 188

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1023

 

vital records, iv. 188

Federal party favored smuggling, ii. 343

Fees for charter see charter fees

Fees for grant of Salem, iii. 307

N. Y. land grants, iii. 404

Feld family see Field family

Female Bible and prayer book society, Guilford, v. pt. 3, 10

Fenian invasion of Canada, June, 1866, ii. 268, 308-10

Fenians, in St. Albans, 1866, ii. 308-10

Ferries, of Alburg, ii. 502²-3

Grand Isle, ii. 527²-8

Grand Isle co., ii. 502²-3

Larrabee's Point, i. 94²

Panton, i. 81²

Swanton, iv. 1040-1

on Lake Champlain, i. 5²

Ferris bay, of Panton, i. 79², 80

see also Arnold's bay

Ferrisburg, granted, i. 487²

grantees, i. 32

hist. by R. E. Robinson, i. 31-4

pioneers, i. 32²-3

records burned, i. 32², 34²

settled in 1769, i. 32²

Ferris's ferry, see Adams ferry

Fictitious names used for grantees, i. 857²

Field family of Guilford, v. pt. 3, 76-8

Financial distress in Vt. 1786, i. 926

Financial operations of Vt. in 1861, i. 440-1

Fires in Calais, 1873, iv 164-5

Lunenburg, 1849, i. 1016-7

Mendon, iii. 791

Montpelier, iv. 275-6, 333-8

Panton, i. 81

Swanton, iv. 1043-6

Waitsfield, iv. 778, 793

Waterbury, iv. 834

First falls of Otter Creek originally called New Haven falls, i. 32²

First martyr of Revolution, v. pt. 2, 575

First meeting-house society in Stowe, ii. 719

First settlement in Vt., ii. 558-63; v. pt. 2, 628²

on Isle LaMotte, 1665, i. 754

First settler in Wash. co., iv. 4

Fish, legal tender in Swanton, 1815-16, iv. 1009

Fish Bladder island in Grand Isle co., ii. 473

Fitchburg railroad, v. pt. 2, 505²

Cheshire Div., v. pt. 2, 511²

Flag of U. S. first carried at battle of Hubbardton, iii. 760²

Flaxseed oil made in Middlesex, iv. 233

Fletcher, granted, 1781, ii. 200

hist. by Ben Akinsley, ii. 200-17

physicians, ii. 203-4

pioneers, ii. 200

town and other officers, ii. 201²

vital records, ii. 208

Fletcher circuit, ii. 334

Flight of 1776, from Ryegate, i. 377

Flight of 1777, from Rupert, i. 223-4, 2d ed. 222-3

Flint family, of Randolph, ii. 1019-24, 1058-62

"Floodwood" militia co. of St. Albans, ii. 350

Florence, Italy, art of, v. pt. 2, 325²-6

 

 

 

1024                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Florida war soldiers, i. 238, 2d ed. 237²; iii. 1197

Flouring mills of Swanton, iv. 1019²

Flower Brook manufacturing co., iii. 906²

Fluor-spar in Putney, v. pt. 2, 218²

The Fly (revenue cutter), ii. 344-6

Food brought from Mass. to Danville, 1789, i. 313²

Forestdale iron co. of Brandon, mined in Leicester, i. 45

Forgo, in Bennington, i. 137², 2d ed. 139

Salisbury, i. 89²

Form for organizing a township, iv. 4-5

Form of petition for township, iv. 4²

Fort at Corinth, ii. 874²

Fort at falls on Otter Creek, i. 69²

Newbury, ii. 924

Pittsford, iii. 943, 1072-4

Strafford, ii. 1073

Troy, iii. 321

Wells River, ii. 955²

Westfield, iii. 348

Fort built by French on Missisquoi, iv. 958

Fort Chambly, ii. 89²

Fort Dummer at Brattleboro, v, pt. 2, 45-6, 277²

built 1724, i. 754²

Vt. settled at, ii. 558², 559

Fort Edward, British troops at, 1757, i. 3²

co. seat of Charlotte co., i. 462²

Fort Edward battle, 1758, v. pt. 2, 28-31

Fort Frederick, at Colchester, i. 760²

on the Winooski, i. 456

see also Fort St. Frederic

Fort Harrison, captured, ii. 388²

Fort Hill at Putney, v. pt. 2, 219, 251

Fort Hinsdale, v. pt. 2, 277²

Fort La Motte, originally named Fort St. Anne, i. 22, 754

Fort Ranger, at Rutland, iii. 1082-4

Fort St. Frederic, at Crown Point, N. Y., i. 660; ii. 89², 559 note

built 1731, i. 3

Fort St. Louis, ii. 559²

Fort Sainte Anne, first settlement in Vt., ii. 559-62

on Isle La Motte, 1665, i. 2, 754; ii. 554²

Fort Ste. Therese, i. 2; ii. 559²

Fort Sartwell, in Vernon, v. pt. 2, 277², 327

Fort Sault de Richelieu, ii. 559

Fort William, at Vergennes, i. 860²

Fort William Henry, Brit. massacred at, 1757, i. 3²

Forts on Lake Champlain, i. 2

Upper Conn., i. 1028

Fortifications Hill, in Cabot, iv. 75²

Fossils of Grand Isle co., ii. 477

northwestern Vt., ii. 75-9

Fourth of July in Montpelier, 1804, iv. 554

Franklin (Mass.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 322²

(Vt.), granted, 1787, ii. 218

hist. by Edwin R. Towle, ii. 217-33

lawyers, ii. 222²

physicians, ii. 222²

pioneers, ii. 218-20

proprietors' meetings, ii. 219, 221

town and other officers, ii. 222, 1183

Franklin (steamer), on Lake Champlain, ii. 298²

Franklin co. boundaries est. 1797, ii. 90

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1025

 

Franklin co. census 1791-1860, ii. 102-3

est. 1792, i. 467

French giants, ii. 89-90

hist. by G. F. Houghton, ii. 89-103, 1183-9

lawyers, ii. 93-5

military hist. by Warren Gibbs, ii. 384²-454

natural hist., ii. 21-88

natural resources, ii. 91

officers, ii. 92-7, 103

organized 1792, ii. 90, 474

stripped of its militia in 1813, ii. 294²

successively part of Albany, Charlotte, Bennington, Rutland, Addison and Chittenden counties, ii. 90

towns, 1792, 1835, ii. 90

Walling's map, ii. 91²

Franklin co. agricultural society, ii. 101-2

Franklin co. Bible society, ii. 100-1

buildings, ii. 92

court appointed co. supts. of schools, ii. 98

Franklin co. grammar school, ii. 97-9

Franklin co. union agric. soc., ii. 276

fair at Richford, ii. 281

The Franklin society of Montpelier, iv. 290, 444²

Fray between Matthew Lyon and Roger Griswold, i. 457

Frazier falls in Ferrisburg, i. 33 (2)

Freedom of the press, i. 176², 2d ed. 178²

Freeman's oath taken in Enosburg, ii. 133

Fairfax, ii. 171

St. Albans, 1788, ii. 291

Stowe, 1802, ii. 697

Freemasons of Barre, iv. 37

Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 512

Brattleboro, v. 42²-3

Burlington, i. 512²

Cabot, iv. 102²

Danby, iii. 665-6

Fair Haven, iii. 708

Guilford, v. pt. 3, 48²

Ira, iii. 783

Montpelier, iv. 350-5

Newbury, ii. 947

Northfield, iv. 683-4

Pawlet, iii. 905²

Plainfield, iv. 731

Randolph, ii. 1060-1

Stowe, ii. 717

Vt., i. 59²

Waterbury, iv. 845

West Fairlee, ii. 914

Wilmington, v. pt. 3³, 23

Freemasons opposed by Gen, John W. Phelps, v. pt. 3, 72

see also Anti-masonic party

Freemen of Danby, 1778, 1800; iii. 587-8, 591-2

in Waitsfield, in 1797, iv. 772

of Warren, 1800, iv. 811

Frelighsburg (Can.), Fenian skirmish in, ii. 309²

French and English struggle for America, ii. 559

French and Indian war, see Colonial wars; Hobb's battle; Melvin's battle

French and Indians, at Missisquoi, 1760, iv. 966²

French expedition against Mohawks, Jan. 1666, i. 1²-2

Sept. 1666, i. 2

 

 

 

 

1026                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

French family, of Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 213

Maidstone, i. 1039-41

French, first settle in Vt., ii. 559

govt. in Canada, see New France

grant of Addison, 1743, i. 3

grants on Lake Champlain, iv. 951-2

claimed by English, iv. 952

grants on Missisquoi rest on Champlain's discoveries in 1609, iv. 941

improvements on the Missisquoi, 1759, iv. 955²-8

in Swanton, iv. 933-82

in Chittenden co., i. 455-7

league equals 2.4 statute miles, iv. 951², 963-4

mill on Missisquoi by tradition destroyed by Eng., iv. 958

mission est. on Missisquoi by Jesuits, iv. 953-5

of Canada lukewarm toward Eng., 1775-83, iv. 973

French rebellion in Canada, see Canadian rebellion of 1837

French river, early name of Winooski, i. 757; iv. 251

French seigniores on Lake Champlain, i. 3, 4; ii. 89

seigniory Contrecoeur fils included in Ferrisburg, i. 32

settle at the falls of Missisquoi unknown date, iv. 954-5, 975

in Grand Isle co., ii. 473

settlements in Addison, i. 3

Freshets: in Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 498-9

Bennington, i. 141-2, 2d ed. 143-4

Bolton, i. 481

Brookline, 1821, v. pt. 2, 380

Granville, i. 41

Lincoln, i. 49²

Middlesex, iv. 231-3

Middletown, 1811, iii. 827-9

Montpelier, 1785-1869, iv. 338-41

New Haven, i. 71

Poultney, iii. 980²

Putney, v. pt. 2, 228²

Richford, 1804, 1817, 1822, ii. 282-3

Rupert, i. 226, 2d ed. 225

Waitsfield, iv. 779-80

Waterbury, iv. 830

on the Conn., ii. 923²

Friends of liberty, Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 494²

Friends, society of, i. 33², 49, 67², 103², 110

in Grand Isle, ii. 537-9

Frontier of Vt. guarded, 1777-1783, i. 159², 2d ed. 162

Frost-proof water tank, v. 129-30

Frozen well, in Brandon, iii. 479-82

Fruit raising in Salisbury, i. 89

Fruit trees in Halifax, v. pt. 2, 414

Fulling mill of Brandon, iii. 435

Fullum, early name of Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 1

Furnace brook, of Bennington, i. 140², 2d ed. 142²

 

 

 

Gageborough, early name of Chelsea, ii. 870²

Gaghegans, of Groton, i. 321

Gale's survey under N. Y. in Plainfield, 1773, iv. 713²

Game in Pawlet, iii. 890

Geer's Patent reversible gravitating knob latch, iv. 812²

General McComb (boat), seized by U. S. officers, ii. 505²

Geology of Addison co., i. 119² note

Bakersfield, ii. 109

Bolton, i. 480

Champlain valley, ii. 21-88

Danby, iii. 663-4

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1027

 

Geology of Fair Haven, iii. 692

Grand Isle co., ii. 476²-8

Guilford, v. pt. 3, 11

Highgate, ii. 268-9

Northfield, iv. 691-4

Pawlet, iii. 895²

Richford, ii. 281

Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 501

Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 687

Geometrical solutions illustrated to pupils, iv. 776

Georgia, census, ii. 245

chart, ii. 235

confiscated estates, ii. 234

French grant in, ii. 89

granted, 1779, ii. 90

hist. by O. S. Bliss, ii. 233-54

lawyers, ii. 243²

physicians, ii. 242-3

proprietors, ii. 233

proprietors' meetings, ii. 233-5

town and other officers, ii. 244-5

town meetings, ii. 235

records, ii. 234-5

Georgia riot, see Smugglers' riot

Gettysburg battle, i. 708-19; ii. 387²-8

Giant boy of Sutton, i. 425

Gift to Vt. for Civil war use by T. W. Park, i. 250

Gilman family, of Calais, iv. 155-8

Glaciers in Vt. valleys, ii. 973

Glass factory, at Lake Dunmore, i. 89²

sandstone, in Vernon, v. pt. 2, 276²

Glastenbury, hist. by H. Hall, i. 196

Glazier family, of Stratton, v. pt. 2, 525

Gleaner (canal boat), i. 681²; ii. 298

Glebe lands, now used for support of schools, v. pt. 3, 41²

Glebe Mt., in Londonderry, v. pt. 3¹, 17

Glebe of Church of England in Arlington sold, i. 131², 2d ed. 132

in N. H. grants, i. 127, 2d ed. 128

Globes, first made in Bradford, ii. 817²

St. Albans, ii. 817, note

Gloucester co. annulled by Vt. gov't., iv. 4

est. 1770, i. 261², 461²-3; ii. 871; iv. 3

court, 1771, i. 462

held at Newbury, ii. 943²-4

records, iv. 561-2

Glover, census, iii. 205

granted 1781, iii. 195²

hist. by Rev. Sidney K. B. Perkins, iii. 195-209

lawyers, iii. 208

military hist., iii. 202-3

origin of name, iii. 195²

physicians, iii. 208

pioneers, iii. 195-9

settled, iii. 195²

town and other officers, iii. 199

Goddard Seminary, of Barre, iv. 26-7, 31

"Gods of the valleys not the gods of the hills," i. 148², 150², 2d ed. 150², 152²

Gold in Granville, i. 42

nugget found in Newfane, v. pt. 2, 459

Golden Cross, of Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 512

The Golden Rule, of Boston, v. 183²

 

 

 

1028                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Good Templars, of Barre, iv. 36

Cabot, iv. 108-9

Northfield, iv. 688-90

Westmore, iii. 395²

Wilmington, v. pt. 3³, 23

Goodwillie family, of Barnet, i. 287-99

map of Barnet, i. 281

Goold's tavern, Westminster, v. pt. 2, 563

Gores of Essex co., i. 944

Vt., i. 434

Washington co., Harris Gore and Goshen Gore, iv. 5

Goshen, hist. by N. Capen, i. 35-9

part added to Addison co., i. 119²

pioneers, i. 35

Goshen Gore, in Addison co., i. 434; note:—organized as Goshen, 1814

near Hardwick, hist. by Joseph Clark, i. 434-6; note:—Name since 1867 is Stannard

                                    location, i. 434

                                    pioneers, i. 434²

in Washington co., i. 434; iv. 5, 713

Governor's garden, in Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 496

guard of Vt., service discontinued 1836, iv. 296

lot in Guildhall, i. 1004²

Guilford, v. pt. 3, 41²-2

Salisbury, i. 88², 91

messages, 1861, i. 436-42

mountain, Guilford, v. pt. 3, 41

Graduates of Univ. of Vt., i. 530

Grafting wax, invented by David Millington, i. 235, 2d ed. 234²

Grafton, annexed parts of Athens & Avery's Gore, v. pt. 2, 553

chartered as Tomlinson, v. pt. 2, 552

description. v. pt. 2, 552

grantees, v. pt. 2, 552

hist. by Christopher W. Hall, v. pt. 2, 552-60

military affairs, v. pt. 2, 557-60

town and other officers, v. pt. 2, 556-7

town records, v. pt. 2, 553

Grafton industrial association, v. pt. 2, 556

Grain used for money, ii. 143²

Grammar school, at Addison, i. 6²

Granby, description, i. 987

early survey, i. 988

grantees, i. 987 note

hist. by Loomis Wells, i. 987-95

military hist., i. 993, 1068-70

origin of name, i. 987

proprietors' records, i. 988-91

reorganized, i. 991

settled, 1783, i. 989²-91

Grand Army of the Republic, veterans of Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 512

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 202

Halifax, v. pt. 2, 420

Montpelier, iv. 355

Grand Isle, boundaries, ii. 517²

granted, 1779, ii. 518²-9

grantees, ii. 518

hist. by D. Webster Dixon, ii. 517-54

military record, ii. 533-4

pioneers, ii. 519²-23

proprietors' meetings, ii. 519

settled about 1783, ii. 519²

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1029

 

Grand Isle, town and other officers, ii. 530-33

town house, ii. 528²-30

town meetings, ii. 523 (2)

vital statistics, ii. 531-2

Grand Isle co. buildings, ii. 475

census, ii. 483

county and other officers, ii. 478-80

during Patriots war in Canada, ii. 504-14

est. 1802, i. 467; ii. 90, 474

hist. by D. Webster Dixon, ii. 473-586, 1189-90

lawyers, ii. 480-1

natural hist., ii. 21-88

organized, 1805, ii. 474², 523-4

settled, ii. 473

vital records, ii. 482

Grand Isle co. court, ii. 475²-6

Grand list, see Tax list

Grand Trunk R. R., i. 949, 955²

Granite in Ryegate, i. 379²

quarries, of Barre, iv. 38-40

Grants, French, on Lake Champlain, see French grants

Granville, annexed to Addison co., i. 119²

hist. by A. G. Allen, i. 39-42

Grasshopper plague, 1821, in Brookline, v. pt. 2, 380

Grassy Brook, part of Brookline, v. pt. 2, 359-60, 377, 382²

Gravestones, in Richford, ii. 280

St. Albans cemeteries, see Cemeteries, St. Albans

Gray family, in Arlington, i. 134²; 2d ed. 136²

Great Falls (Bellows Falls), v. pt. 2, 251², 497

Great Falls, in Fairfax, ii. 165², 168², 171-2

Great Meadows, in Putney, v. pt. 2, 217², 218², 250-5

on the Conn., ii. 802

Great Ox Bow, Newbury, ii. 917

Greek cause, sympathy for, ii. 116

Green family, of Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 707-10

Green mount cemetery, of Montpelier, iv. 300

Green Mountain Boys, at Manchester, 1777, i. 202, 2d ed. 201²

Quebec, 1776, i. 152², 2d ed. 154²

in Clarendon, iii. 555-9

origin, i. 150², 2d ed. 153

proclamation against, by N. Y., iii. 582-5

resist N. Y., iii. 558

take Ticonderoga, i. 5

Green Mountain Boys of 1812, ii. 244²

Green Mountain brass band, Granville, i. 42

Green Mountain central institute, iv. 26

The Green Mountain giant in Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 687²

"Green Mountain riflemen," of Fletcher, ii. 412, 445

Green Mountain seminary, of Waterbury, iv. 831

Green Mountain slide, in Fayston, 1827, iv. 185

tavern, Bennington, i. 126², 2d ed. 127

Green Mountains, iii. 267

Greenbank's village, Danville, i. 315

Greenfield, in Hampton, N. Y., petitioned for charter from Vt., iii. 674

Greensboro, granted 1781, iii. 210²

hist. by Rev. James P. Stone, iii. 209-31, 383-4

military hist., iii. 217-31

pioneers, iii. 211-4

town records destroyed by fire, iii. 214 and note

Greenwich, (Conn.), persons from, settle in Sheldon, ii. 370

Gretna Green, of Vt., v. pt. 2, 282

 

 

 

1030                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Griswold family, of Randolph, ii. 1008-10

Groton (Mass.), persons from, settle in Bridport, i. 16²

Groton (Vt.), charter, iv. 1145

description, iv. 1145, 1164-5

hist. by Rev. O. G. Clark, i. 321-3

by Gen. A. Harleigh Hill, iv. 1145-68

military affairs, iv. 1164

pioneers, i. 321²-2

town and other officers, i. 321; iv. 1163-4

Growler (ship), i. 583

Guard-roll of Gov. Chittenden, i. 135² note, 2d ed. 137² note

Guildhall, granted, 1761, i. 996²

grantees, i. 997 note

hist. by Milton Cutler, i. 996-1014

pioneers, i. 998-1000

settled, 1764, i. 944, 997²

town and other officers, i. 1004-7

town records, i. 998-9

Guilford (Conn.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 318

persons from, settle in Sunderland, i. 241 and note

Guilford (Vt.), a republic, v. pt. 3, 5-7

agriculture, v. pt. 3, 10-11, 49-50

authors, v. pt. 3, 42-7

census, 1791-1860, v. pt. 3, 40

collegiates, v. pt. 3, 55

grantees, v. pt. 3, 3

hist. by Gen. J. W. Phelps, v. pt. 3, 3-80

interest in Conn. river navigation, v. pt. 3, 63

military affairs, v. pt. 3, 55-61

N. H. charters, v. pt. 3, 3, 13-16

N. Y. partisans in, v. pt. 3, 5-7

physicians, v. pt. 3, 10, 55

pioneers, v. pt. 3, 4², 8-9

proprietors' records, v. pt. 3, 16-19

qualifications of voters, v. pt. 3, 5²

residence of Royal Tyler, v. 94, 97

statistics of 1840-60, v. pt. 3, 12, 50

town and other officers, v. pt. 3, 64-5, 80

town records, v. pt. 3, 7, 19-38, 63

unsettled government, v. pt. 3, 12²-3

Vt. govt. vs. Yorkers, v. pt. 3, 38-40

villages, v. pt. 3, 42

vital records, v. pt. 3, 10

Guilford light infantry co., v. pt. 3, 57

Gull Island, in Grand Isle co., ii. 473

Guns at Plattsburg in 1814 heard in Westfield, iii 348

 

 

 

Hackleburnia, Shoreham, origin of name, i. 94²

Hadley (Mass.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 320

"The The Hague," in Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 105, 107, 113

Haldimand negotiations, i. 172, 773-4, 917-21, 2d ed. 174

Hale's bridge, Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 498

Half shires of Cumberland co., v. pt. 2, 571

Halfway covenant, Craftsbury, iii. 167² and not.

Halifax, clergy, v. pt. 2, 408

grantees, v. pt. 2, 411², 423-4

hist. by Rev. H. Eastman. v. pt. 2, 407-22

N. H. charter, 1750, v. pt. 2, 410-12 noted

people, v. pt. 2, 421²

origin of name, v. pt. 2, 532

pioneers, v. pt. 2, 412, 417-8

town and other officers, v. pt. 2, 408², 422

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1031

 

Halifax, town records, v. pt. 2, 407

Hall family, of Bennington, v. pt. 35, 92-8

Hampshire hill, Worcester, iv. 893

Hampton (N. H.), persons from, settle in Peacham, i. 359²

Hancock (Mass.), persons from, settle in Richford, ii. 288²

Hancock (Vt.), hist. by C. G. Robbins, i. 43-4

pioneers, i. 43²

Hand bellows used for heating iron to weld at Brandon, iii. 435

Hanover (N. H.), persons from, settle in Hardwick, i. 327²

Hard family, in Arlington, i. 134, 2d ed. 135-6

Hardwick (Mass.), persons from, settle in Bennington, i. 142, 168, 171, 172, 2d ed. 145, 170, 173, 174

persons from, settle in Enosburg; ii. 156²

persons from, settle in Hardwick, Vt., i. 327², 332, 334

Hardwick (Vt.), hist. by Rev. J. Torrey, i. 323-36

pioneers, i. 324-5

Harlem Extension R. R., in Bennington, v. pt. 35, 43

Harlow Bridge tragedy, in Northfield, iv. 705-6

Harmonyville, Townshend, v. pt. 2, 532

Harrington granite quarry, Barre, iv. 39

Harris Gore, Wash. co., iv. 5

Hartford (Conn.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 319²

Hartwellville, site of soldiers' camp, 1759, i. 219, 2d ed. 218

Harvey family, in Barnet, i. 282-4

Harvey tract, Barnet, i. 279, 282-4

Harvey's Hollow, Danville, i. 315

Harvey's lake, i. 262², 271²

Harwick, see Mount Tabor, iii. 866², 867

Haswell's printing office burned, i. 176², 2d ed. 178²

Hatfield vs. Bushnell, suit of ejectment in Starksboro, i. 105

Hathaway family, of Calais, iv. 139-41

Haverhill (Mass.), persons from, settle in Cambridge, ii. 612, 618

persons from, settle in Enosburg, ii. 158²

Haverhill (N. H.), persons from, settle in Fairfax, ii. 183²

persons from, settle in Peacham, i. 363

surveyed, ii. 807²-8

Hawaii, i. 140², 2d ed. 143

missionaries to, i. 163, 2d ed. 165

Hawley family, in Arlington, i. 132², 2d ed. 133²

Hayes family, of Brattleboro, v. 67-8

Haystack mountain, v. pt. 2, 338; v. pt. 3³, 5-6

Hazel rod hoax in Middletown, iii. 810-19

Hazen road, i. 266², 269², 283², 323², 359², 426; ii. 947²; iii. 37², 55, 210

began building, 1776, ii. 919²

extended northward from Peacham, iv. 3, 75-6

Hazen road cemetery in Hardwick, i. 324², 331²

Hazen road village in Hardwick, i. 326

Hazen tract owners "quieted," ii. 828²-9

Hazen's Notch, i. 266²

Hebron (Conn.), persons from, settle in Shoreham, i. 98²

Hen Island in Grand Isle co., ii. 473

Henderson family, of Bennington, i. 173, 2d ed. 175

Henry family, of Bennington, i. 173, 175, 2d ed. 175

of Waterbury, iv. 858

Heros, The, named, ii. 581 note

Herrick 's rangers, at Bennington, i. 157(2), 176, 2d ed. 159², 178

organized in Pawlet, iii. 872²

Hessian barracks, Bennington, i. 137², 2d ed. 139²

Hessians, in Fair Haven, iii. 673

settled on Missisquoi bay, ii. 227

High prices, see Cost, of living

 

 

 

1032                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Highgate, French grant, ii. 89

grantees, ii. 256

hist. by Amos Skeels and others, ii. 254-75

lawyers, ii. 264

military history, ii. 267

pioneers, ii. 254-5, 259

physicians, 'ii. 263-4

proprietors' meetings, ii. 256², 258

town meetings, ii. 256²-7

town and other officers, ii. 256-8, 264-5

vital records, ii. 263

Hilliker's landing, ii. 344

Hills of Braintree, ii. 844

of Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 686

Hill's Island, in Grand Isle co., ii. 473

Hillsboro (N. Y.), grant, i. 312²

Hillsborough (township), i. 261²

Hinesburg, census, i. 798

clergy, i. 796

collegiates, i. 796

description, i. 792

granted, 1762, i. 792²

grantees, i. 792-3

hist. by Rev. C. E. Ferrin, i. 791-812, 939-40

militia, i. 795

origin of name, i. 793

physicians, i. 798

pioneers, i. 794-5

proprietors' meetings, i. 793-4

town and other officers, i. 798

Hinesburg, in Guilford, v. pt. 3, 42, 66

Hinman family of Derby, iii. 182-6

Hinsdale (Vt.), v. pt. 2, 251²

Hinsdale Gore, v. pt. 2, 275²

Hinsdillville, Bennington, i. 162², 2d ed. 164²

Historical paper at Westminster, by Rev. A. Stevens, v. pt. 2, 629

Historical recognition of the Gazetteer, see Excerpts from periodicals noticing the Gazetteer

Hobb 's battle in Newfane, v. pt. 2, 457

Hochelaga, early name of Montreal, iv. 934

Hocquart Seigniory, i. 3-4

Hodges family, in Clarendon, iii. 565-8

Hoes, early made in Berlin, iv. 62

Hogback Mts. of Middlesex, iv. 229²

Hogback range, ii. 695

Holland, description, iii. 231

hist. by Mrs. George A. Hinman, iii. 231-9, 384

military hist., iii. 238-9

organized, iii. 233

professional men, iii. 237²

proprietors' meetings, iii. 231²

settled in 1800, iii. 232

vital records, iii. 232

Holley, Field and Kent, of Dorset, i. 188, 2d ed. 189

Hollis (N. H.), persons from, settle in Peacham, i. 364

Holliston (Mass-), persons from, settle in Middlebury, i. 59²

Holton family, of Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 149-51

Hoosic river, Pownal, i. 213, 2d ed. 212

Hoosick (N. Y.), persons from, settle in Highgate, ii. 271²

Hoosick Corners (N. Y.), v. pt. 35, 18²

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1033

 

Hoosick Fort (Mass.), i. 143, 2d ed. 145²

attacked by St. Francis Indians, 1747, iv. 959²

destroyed by Indians, i. 3, 143, 2d ed. 145²

Hopkinsville, early name of Kirby, i. 337²

Horse hay rake made by Warren Parker, v. pt. 2, 246

Horse racing prohibited in Vt. in 1823, i. 253²

Hosmer pond in Peacham, i. 321²

Hortonville, in Hubbardton, iii. 754²

Hospital Creek, in Addison, i. 1, 2², 4, 5

Hospitality in northern Vt., ii. 121²

Hostility to Vt. Government in Windham co., i. 925

Hough's sentence, i. 239

Houghton family, of Sutton, v. pt. 34, 51-2

Houghtonville, in Grafton, v. pt. 2, 552

House of Correction in Burlington, i. 505-8

Howard family, of Townshend, v. pt. 2, 545-6

Howe scales, iii. 497²-9

Hubbardton, description, iii. 755-6

granted, 1764, iii. 746²

grantees, iii. 746²

hist. by Amos Churchill, iii. 746-78

hist by E. H. St. Johns, iv. 1169-84

surveyed, iii. 746²

in Rev. war, iii. 749²-51

land controversy, iii. 747-9

military hist., iii. 772-5

origin of name, iii. 746 note

pioneers, iii. 749², 752

settled, iii. 751²

town and other officers, iv. 1184

Hubbardton battle, i. 154, 2d ed. 156; iii. 511-2, 749², 759

Hugh family, of Maidstone, i. 1032

Hungerford, granted, 1763, ii. 191

early name of Sheldon, ii. 368²-9

Hunt family, of Vernon, v. pt. 2, 289-92

Hunting anecdotes, i. 177², 2d ed. 179²

Hunting in Stowe, ii. 732

Huntington, casualties, i. 820-3

description, i. 813

granted, i. 487²

grantees, i. 813

hist. by James Johns, i. 812-29

lawyers, i. 817

militia, i. 815²-6

organized, i. 815

physicians, i. 816

pioneers, i. 814-5

settled, 1786, i. 814

town and other officers, i. 815

vital records, i. 819²-20

Huntington river, i. 813²

Huntsburgh, early name of Franklin, ii. 221²

Huntstown, proposed name of Vernon, v. pt. 2, 275

Hurons, with Champlain, 1609, ii. 89

Husking bees in Guilford, v. pt. 3, 65

Hutchins Tavern, Montpelier, iv. 262²

Hyde Park, co. seat, ii.. 634

grantees, ii. 629

hist. by D. H. Bicknell, ii. 628-9, 799

military hist., ii. 656-9

pioneers, ii. 654-5

 

 

 

1034    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Hyde Park, proprietors' meetings, ii. 630-2

statistics, ii. 662-3

town and other officers, ii. 659

town records, ii. 632-4

villages, ii. 654-5

Hydeville, in Castleton, iii. 514

 

 

 

Illustrations: Argus & Patriot building, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 565

Bank block, Burlington, (woodcut in text), i. 722

Baptist church, of Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 570

Bethany church, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 387

The Brooks free library, Brattleboro, by G. W. Howard, (full page woodcut), v. facing p. 17 repeated

Burlington, view of, (woodcut in text), i. 719

Burlington female seminary, by Baxter, Phila., (full page woodcut), i. 2d frontispiece of no. 6, facing p. 521

Catamount tavern, (woodcut with text), v. pt. 35, 23

Central Vermont depot, (woodcut in text), iv. 560

Christ church, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 410

Church of St. Augustine, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 422

Church of the Messiah, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 566

Council room fire place, (woodcut with text), v. pt. 35, 27

Elmwood cemetery, Northfield, (woodcut in text), iv. 667, 669

Estey organ factory, Brattleboro, (full page woodcut), v. facing p. 143

Gov. Charles Paine's monument, Northfield, iv. 666

Interior of Bethany church, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 568

Lewis college, Northfield, (woodcut in text), iv. 673

Miller family coat of arms, (woodcut in text), v. pt. 2, 46

Montpelier Union school building, (woodcut in text), iv. 571

New town hall at Westminster, (full page woodcut), v. pt. 2, facing p. 570

Northfield graded and high school, (woodcut in text), iv. 681

Old Masonic hall, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 350

Old meeting house and inset of the Old Tavern, Westminster, (full page woodcut), v. pt. 2, facing 628

Old Parsonage—erected for the Rev. Asa Burton, Thetford, 1779, (woodcut in text), ii. 2d frontispiece

Pavilion hotel, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 562

Residence of M. D. Gilman, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 572

Joseph Poland, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 569

George C. Shepard, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 567

Rialto Block, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. 563

Riverside house, Montpelier, not found, see iv. 592

Rockingham public square and opera house, (full page plate), v. pt. 2, facing p. 492

State capitol, (3d building), (woodcut in text), iv. 573

Town hall, Bellows Falls, (full page plate), v. pt. 2, facing p. 501

Trinity Methodist church, Montpelier, not found, see iv. 592

Unitarian church, Brattleboro, (full page woodcut), v. facing p. 28

University of Vt., (woodcut), frontispiece of i. nos. 7-11, i. 2d plate, facing p. 541

Vermont academy, Saxtons River, (full page woodcut), v. pt. 2, facing p. 512

Vermont asylum for insane, Brattleboro, (full page woodcut), v. facing p. 150

Vermont Episcopal institute, (steel engraving), i. first frontispiece of no. 6 facing p. 521

Vermont Methodist seminary and female college, Montpelier, (full page woodcut), iv. 384

Vermont mutual fire ins. co's building, (woodcut in text), iv. 561

Vermont capitol; the coat of arms and the state flag, on one page on 2d frontispiece of iv. no. 1

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1035

 

Illustrations: Vermont first and second state houses on one page (steel engravings) first frontispiece of iv. no. 1

Washington county court house, Montpelier, (woodcut in text), iv. no. 1, p. 564

Watchman & Journal building, (woodcut in text), iv. 563

Imprints of Fair Haven, iii. 695

Incapables under orders of selectmen, in Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 691

Independence of Vt., 1777-1791, v. pt. 35, 30

favored by Jonathan Arnold, i. 391²-2

Independent meeting house soc., iv. 516²

Independent order of Odd Fellows, of Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 512

Brattleboro, v. 43, 185

Burlington, i. 513

Fair Haven, iii. 708

Montpelier, iv. 355

Northfield, iv. 684-5

West Halifax, v. pt. 2, 419²

Independent town government of Guilford, v. pt. 3, 4-7

Index to biographical names of vol. 2, iii. 27-9

names of Orleans co., iii. 396-402

names of vol. 1, pp. 1-600, i. 1083-92

names omitted in Index of vol. 2, iii. 26-7, 30

subjects and papers of vol. 1, i. 1081

subjects not in Table of contents of vol. 1, ii. 20

subjects not in Table of contents of vol. 3, iii. 1242

subjects of vol. 2, iii. 29-30

vol. 1, ii. 11-20

vol. 2, iii. 9-30

vol. 3, Rutland co-, iii. 1231-42

vol. 5, v. pt. 35, 109-17

Indian alarm, in Athens, v. pt. 2, 357²

Brookline, v. pt. 2, 393

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 115-6, 128

Londonderry, v. pt. 3¹, 16²

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 567

Indian annals, at Missisquoi, to 1763, iv. 959-61

barbarity, v. pt. 2, 292-7

burying ground, Newbury, ii. 924

camp, in Manchester, i. 199

Thetford, ii. 1093

captives, i. 455²

captivity of Mrs. Jemima Howe, by Rev. Bunker Gay, v. pt. 2, 292-7

castle at Swanton, iv. 948, 949²

children educated in Enosburg, ii. 144

claims in Arlington, i. 124

disturbances in Swanton, 1788, iv. 998-1000

Indian falls, in Waterbury, iv. 813²

Indian farms on Missisquoi under English, iv. 966²-7

fishing places in Vernon, v. pt. 2, 277

grant to Dellius, i. 2²

Indian hill, in Cambridge, ii. 603

Indian lease to the French on Missisquoi, 1765, i. 454-5

legend, i. 213², 2d ed. 212²

missions in Canada, iv. 980-3

offer of marriage in Minnesota, i. 84

place names, i. 32; ii. 89, 289, 344

preacher in Shoreham, i. 95

raid on Bridport, i. 17

Deerfield, Mass., i. 757; v. pt. 2, 495

Greensboro, 1781, iii. 210

Kilburn 's fort, v. pt. 2, 497²

 

 

1036    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Indian raid on Randolph, ii. 977, 981, 994

Royalton, iv. 1²

Shelburne, 1775, i. 875

Vernon, v. pt. 2, 278

relics and traditions, Newbury, ii. 924-6

relics, in Brattleboro, v. 22

Colchester, i. 453

Manchester, i. 198²

Middlebury hist. Soc., i. 129²

North Hero, ii. 565²

Richmond, i. 847²-8

Waitsfield, iv. 777²-8

Washington co., iv. 2

route in Essex co., i. 956²

Waterbury, iv. 813

Williamstown, ii. 1140

routes in Orleans co., iii. 380

skeleton in Swanton, iv. 946²

trade across Vt., iii. 1013

village in Colchester, i. 757 note

Shelburne, i. 878

war of 1794, iv. 295²

Indians at Coos, ii. 924-6

associated with King Philip, iv. 949²

at St. Albans bay, ii. 290

from the Missisquoi, in Deerfield raid, 1704, iv. 950

in Addison, i. 8²-9

Barton, iii. 82²

Brandon, iii. 442

Dorset, i. 184, 2d ed. 185

Grand Isle co., ii. 473

Highgate, ii. 255²

Pownal, i. 214, 2d ed. 213

Putney, v. pt. 2, 219

St. Johnsbury, i. 408

Shelburne, i. 859, 878

Swanton, iv. 933-82

Troy, iii. 315

in the Revolution, i. 6, 24, 44², 50², 70, 98, 109²

Vt., i. 408

Winooski valley, ii. 1140

on Missisquoi river, ii. 279, 371

with British on Lake Champlain, in battles during Revolution, iv. 973-4

see also Abnakis, Algonkins, Hurons, Iroquois, St. Francis Indians

Industrial association, of Grafton, v. pt. 2. 555²

Industries hampered by Embargo of 1808, ii. 343

Industries, of Athens, v. pt. 2, 376²

Bakersfield, ii. 108

Barnet, i. 273

Barre, iv. 32, 35-6, 38-40, 51

Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 511

Belvidere, ii. 592-3

Bennington, i. 138-40, 2d ed. 140-2; v. pt. 35, 42-50

Bennington co., i. 250-1

Bradford, ii. 824

Bristol, i. 20²

Brookline, v. pt. 2, 379

Brownington, iii. 97²

Brunswick, i. 965²-6

Burke, i. 305

Burlington, i. 513-5

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1037

 

Industries of Cabot, iv. 81-2

Calais, iv. 170-1

Cambridge, ii. 605

Castleton, iii. 513-5

Charleston, iii. 122

Chelsea, ii. 873

Chittenden co., i. 458²-60

Colchester, i. 762

Cornwall, i. 25²-6

Coventry, iii. 152

Danby, iii. 601-4

Dover, v. pt. 2, 349-51

Eden, ii. 623

Enosburg, ii. 134, 149-50, 160

Fair Haven, iii. 699-707

Fairfax, ii. 165², 169², 171-2, 175-6

Fletcher, ii. 202², 215

Franklin, ii. 218, 221²

Georgia, ii. 242

Grand Isle, ii. 518, 525

Granville, i. 41²

Highgate, ii. 258-62

Hubbardton, iii. 756

Huntington, i. 817-9

Irasburg, iii. 244-5

Jamaica, v. pt. 2, 425

Lamoille co., ii. 589

Lincoln, i. 49²

Lowell, iii. 277²-8

Lyndon, i. 353-4

Middlebury, i. 53-4

Middlesex, iv. 232-3

Montgomery, ii. 276-7

Montpelier, iv. 485-6

Morgan, iii. 289

Newfane, v. pt. 2, 725, 727, 729

Northfield, iv. 694-7

Orange co., ii. 803

Pawlet, iii. 871, 884-5

Poultney, iii. 1001

Putney, v. pt. 2, 222²-3

Richford, ii. 278², 281-4

Randolph, ii. 1036²-7, 1041

Readsboro, i. 220, 2d ed. 219

Richmond, i. 844-5

Ripton, i. 86

Roxbury, iv. 748-9

St. Albans, ii. 310

St. Johnsbury, i. 406²-8

Salisbury, i. 89-90

Sheldon, ii. 371²-2

Shoreham, i. 94²

South Hero, ii. 570

Swanton, ii. 1188; iv. 1016-33

Starksboro, i. 104

Thetford, ii. 1092

Troy, iii. 332-3

Vergennes, i. 107

Vernon, v. pt. 2, 284²

Wardsboro, v. pt. 2, 672-3

Warren, iv. 806-7

 

 

 

1038    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Industries of Waterbury, iv. 832-4

Waterville, ii. 771

West Fairlee, ii. 908²

Westfield, iii. 350, 355

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 602²

Wolcott, ii. 776

Worcester, iv. 889-91

Inflexible (British ship), i. 5²

Influence of Nathaniel Chipman in Vt.—N. Y. settlement, iii. 1158

Infusorial marl, in Peacham, i. 359

Inscription on William French's stone at Westminster, v. pt. 2, 575

Insurance cos., of Montpelier, iv. 282-3

Intemperance at June trainings, ii. 348

Intemperance, in Alburg, ii. 502

Cabot, iv. 90-1, 99, 108

Coventry, iii. 151

Enosburg, ii. 135-6, 160-2

Fletcher, ii. 209

Grand Isle, ii. 526²-7

Lowell, iii. 275

Salisbury, i. 89

Shelburne, i. 870-1

Waitsfield, 1821, iv. 774-5

Westford, i. 897

Inventions, Cooley creamers, v. pt. 2, 511²

electric motors, iii. 485-6; v. pt. 2, 421²

grafting wax, i. 235, 2d ed. 234²

horserake, v. pt. 2, 246

made in Brandon, iii. 485-6

in Warren, iv. 812

mechanical, of Salisbury, i. 89²

sap feeders, iv. 243

screw plate, i. 89²

steelyard invented in Salisbury, i. 89²

triphammer invented in Brandon, iii. 485²

Vt. bee hive, i. 92²

windmill, by D. Halladay, v. 129

Inventors of Vt.: Frederick Baldwin, v. pt. 2, 673

Clark E. Billings, iv. 812

Thomas Davenport, ii. 1153

Cyrus Dodge, v. pt. 2, 306²

Warren Fish, v. pt. 2, 421²

Don C. Geer, iv. 812

Rev. Samuel R. Hall, iii. 375

Daniel Halladay, v. 129

Gen. Alonzo Jackson, iv. 679

David Millington, i. 235, 2d ed. 234²

Joseph Mott, ii. 493

George Newman, v. 130

G. H. Niles, v. pt. 2, 421²

living in Brandon, iii. 485-6

Ira, hist., iii. 778-84

military hist., iii. 784

pioneers, iii. 780

town and other officers, iii. 779, 784

town records, iii. 778-80

vital records, iii. 784

Irasburg, co. buildings, iii. 245

granted, 1781, iii. 239-40

grantees, iii. 239

hist. by E. P. Colton, iii. 239-65, 384-5

land sales and resales, iii. 241

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1039

 

Irasburg, military hist., iii. 261-3

physicians, iii. 253

pioneers, iii. 241²-4

proprietors' meetings, iii. 240²-1

shire town of Orleans co., iii. 32

settled, 1798, iii. 241²

surveyed, iii. 240

town and other officers, iii. 242-3, 254-5

Irish Corners, Bennington, i. 139², 173-4 177², 2d ed. 142, 175-6, 179

Iron forge, in Chittenden, iii. 547²

Morristown, ii. 659-60

Sheldon, ii. 372, 378

Iron manufacture, in Swanton, iv. 1020-3

ore, in Belvidere, ii. 592

Brandon, iii. 499

Bristol, i. 19

Berkshire, ii. 110

Chittenden, iii. 547²

Leicester, i. 45

Lincoln, i. 49²

Shoreham, i. 97

Troy, iii. 312², 325-7

Iron Point, in Alburg, ii. 490 note

Iroquois, at Burlington, i. 657²

foes of the Algonkins, iv. 941²

in Grand Isle co., ii. 473

N. Y. and western Vt., iv. 942-3

Vt., i. 31², 453 note; ii. 89

on Lake Champlain, i. 120²

Iroquois rivel, early name of Sorelle, iv. 942

Iroquoisia, Indian name of Vermont, i. 1²; ii. 89

Island Meadow brook, Vernon, v. pt. 2, 277

Island Pond, i. 954, 955²-6

Isle La Motte, i. 2

French at, earliest settlement in Vt., i. 754; ii. 89², 558-63

granted, ii. 473²

grantees, ii. 554

hist. by Ira Hill, ii. 554-63

marble manufacture, iv. 1026-30

pioneers, ii. 554²

settled, 1788, ii. 554²

town and other officers, ii. 555, 557-8

vital records, ii. 558

Isle Longue, French name for North Hero, ii. 563²

Isles Aux Boiteux, i. 2², 3

 

 

 

Jackson family, of Dorset, i. 192-6, 2d ed. 193-6

Jacksonville in Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 686-7, 705-7

Jails of Franklin co., ii. 292²

Jamaica, calamities, v. pt. 2, 427-8

hist. by J. G. Eddy, v. pt. 2, 423-39

hotels, v. pt. 2, 424²

military hist., v. pt. 2, 433-9

pioneers, v. pt. 2, 423²

town and other officers, v. pt. 2, 432²-3

vital records, v. pt. 2, 432²

Jaqueni and Hicht land grant in Monkton and Starksboro, 1774, i. 105

Jay, formerly named Carthage, iii. 265

granted, 1780, iii. 265, 312²-3

hist. by Rev. Pliny H. White, iii. 265-9

military hist. iii. 266²

origin of name, iii. 268

 

 

1040    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Jay, settled, 1828, iii. 266, 318

town and other officers, iii. 266²-7

Jay Peak mountain, ii. 275²-6; iii. 267-8, 343

Jefferson co., est. 1810, i. 467

now Washington co., ii. 801²; iv. 1

Jennings family, of Bennington, v. pt. 35, 102

of Hubbardton, iv. 1169-72

Jennison family, of Swanton, iv. 1119

Jericho, block house, i. 456²

granted, 1763, i. 829²

hist. by Dr. George Lee Lyman, i. 829-39, 940

town records, i. 829²

Jersey (prison ship), i. 26²

"Jersey Slick," nickname of Gov. Isaac Tichenor, i. 175, 2d ed. 177

Jesuit influence on Missisquoi river, iv. 593-4

Jesse Lee House, Vernon, by J. S. Lee, v. pt. 2, 313-5

Joe's pond, origin of name, i. 262², 265², 315, 425-6; iv. 88²

The John Ledyard (steamboat), v. pt. 2, 305²

Johnson, granted, 1780-82, ii. 669²-670 and note

hist. by Thomas Waterman and T. M. Merriam, ii. 669-80, 799-800

military hist., ii. 676.9

pioneers, ii. 670-1

settled, 1784, ii. 670

town and other officers, ii. 671²

town meetings, ii. 671²

vital records, ii. 672²

Johnson's Island, ii. 211²

Johnson's Plain, in Cabot, iv. 76²

Journal of James Elliot, v. pt. 3, 43-6

Joy's landing on Onion river, ii. 344²-5

June training, "burial of," ii. 355

in Georgia, ii. 241²

in Guilford, v. pt 3, 56

in Montpelier, ii. 350²

in Vt., ii. 347²-55

in Washington co., iv. 5²

mimicked at University of Vt., ii. 354²-2

Juniper Island, in Champlain, i. 456

Justice of the peace, appointed by Vt., i. 168, 2d ed. 170

 

 

 

Kah-sha-quah-na, Indian name for Whitehall, N. Y., i. 2²

Kathan family, of Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 13

Kayingehaga, otherwise called Iroquois, iv. 941²

Kelleyvale, see Lowell, iii. 269², 312²

Kellybrook (Fairfax), granted 1779, ii. 90

Kendall's falls, in Barnet, i. 280²

Kennebunkers, of Groton, i. 321

Kent family, of Calais, iv. 158-60

Kent (Conn.), persons from, settle in Arlington, i. 134², 26 ed. 136²

Kent, N. Y., name of Londonderry, v. pt. 3¹, 15

Kent's tavern in Dorset, i. 185, 2d ed. 186

Kentucky dragoons in Danville, 1812, i. 314²

Kibby's Island, in Grand Isle co., ii. 473

Kilby, N. Y., name of Montpelier, iv. 3², 252

Killingworth (Conn.), persons from, settle in Benson, iii. 408²

Killington, early name of Sherburne, iii. 1121

Killington Peak, in Sherburne, iii. 1121

"King's Highway," Westminster, v. pt. 2, 562-3

Kingsboro, N. Y. grant included Montpelier, East Montpelier and part of Plainfield, iv. 252, 713²

Kingsland co. court at, 1771, i. 462 note

early name of Washington, ii. 871, 1138²

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1041

 

Kingsland, shire town of Gloucester co., ii. 871; iv. 3

Kingston, early name of Granville, i. 39²

Kinsley family, of Fletcher, ii. 213

Kirby, hist. by Charles H. Graves, i. 336-8

location, i. 336²

pioneers, i. 337-8

town meeting, i. 337²

Knapp family, of Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 148-9

Knight family, of Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 137-45

Knights of Honor, of Montpelier, iv. 355

Knight's Island, in Grand Isle co., ii. 473

Knitting mills of Bennington, v. pt. 35, 44²-5

Knowlton lake, of Brighton, i. 954²

Knowlton's Gore, ii. 97, 103

Kowoskioni, or the Iroquois, iv. 941²

 

 

 

Lady Washington (boat), i. 669

Lacole battle, ii. 509

Lake Champlain, battle on, 1609, i. 1

battle on 1776, i. 5

battle ground, between French and Eng., ii. 559

bridging for railroad purposes, ii. 301²-2

canal boats built at St. Albans, ii. 298

captains, ii. 242

discovered by Samuel Champlain, claimed by French, ii. 89

first forts on, i. 2

French map of, 1748, i. 32

in American Revolution, i. 5-6

in possession of British, 1777-83, i. 158² 2d ed. 161

map, ii. 89²

mirage, i. 92

named, i. 1²

navigation and navigators of, by Thomas H. Canfield, i. 656-707

Palmer's history of, ii. 89² note

route of traffic, ii. 301

shore survey, 1773, i. 456

smuggling on, ii. 342²-7

Lake Champlain steamboat co., i. 687²-8

Lake Dunmore, i. 89², 90, 92

named by Lord Dunmore, i. 91²

Lake Dunmore agricultural soc., Salisbury, i. 89

Lake Dunmore hotel co., i. 89²

Lake House, Groton, i. 321²

Lake Memphremagog, iii. 293², 307

Indian council at, i. 11²

Lake of the Clouds, ii. 587²

Lake Sunapee (N. H.), v. pt. 2, 250²

Lake Willoughby, in Westmore, iii. 365

Lakes of Castleton, iii. 514

Orleans co., iii. 38²-9

Lamoille co., census, 1790-1860, ii. 591²

chartered towns, ii. 591²

hist. by Lyman J. Seely, ii. 587-800

inc. 1835, ii. 90²

natural hist., ii. 21-88 notes, ii. 1190

officers, ii. 590

papers, ii. 783-800

part of Addison co., i. 119

settled, ii. 588²

Lamoille co. grammar school, ii. 589², 673-5

 

 

 

 

1042    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Lamoille. river, i. 458², 757²; ii. 91, 680-1, 723; iii. 209²

settlements, ii. 670

Lamoille valley railroad, ii. 1184; iv. 1012, 1042

proposed connection with the Vt. Central, ii. 1184

see also St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain R. R.

Lana cascade, in Salisbury, i. 89²

river, Salisbury, i. 89²

Land battle at Plattsburg, 1814, i. 675-6

claims on Isle La Motte, ii. 562-3

Land claims, see N. H.-N, Y. conflict

Land disputes, see N. H.-N. Y. conflict

granted to Univ. of Vt. in Franklin, ii. 223²

grants, method of securing, iii. 239

jobbers, epithet applied to N. Y. claimants of Vt. lands, i. 151, 2d ed. 153²

prices in Ferrisburg, i. 33

in Pawlet, iii. 871²

sales in Rutland co. for taxes, i. 464

Troy, iii. 313

tax sales, in Coventry, iii. 137

Highgate, 1794, ii. 257²-8

titles, index of, in Barnet, i. 278

in Alburg, ii. 492

in Waterbury, iv. 830

in Worcester, iv. 890

quieted, 1787, i. 927²

Land titles, see also N. H. grants; and N. H.-N. Y. conflict

Land-slide, in Orwell, i. 74

Langdon family, of Montpelier, iv. 502-4, 544

Landgrove boundary, i. 197

hist. by A. Benson, i. 197-8, 2d ed. 196-8

Lane library assoc., Cornwall, i. 25²

Lanesborough (Mass.), persons from, settle in New Haven, i. 72

Laprairie, 1. 2²

Larrabee 's Point, home of Thomas Rowley, i. 98²

in Shoreham, i. 94²

The Last Indian, by Hiram Powers, v. pt. 2, 326²

Laughton family, of Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 204

Lawrence mfg. co., i. 187², 2d ed. 188²

Laws of Moses govern Rutland, iii. 1023²

Lawyers, see names of towns, subdivision, lawyers

Lead in Belvidere, ii. 592

Westfield, iii. 354²-5

Lead tube with ms. discovered in Swanton, 1853, iv. 934

genuineness questioned, iv. 936-41

Lease of land to Abnakis, i. 454²-5

Leavitt's rock, in Vernon, v. pt. 2, 305

Lee family, of Jericho, i. 833²

of Vernon, v. pt. 2, 316-8

Lee (N. H.), persons from, settle in Hardwick, i. 332

Legal maxims, perverted, v. pt. 2, 461-2

Leicester, boundary dispute, i. 44², 88²

hist. by T. L. Perry, i. 44-8

Leicester river, in Salisbury, i. 91

Leland & Gray seminary, of Townshend, v. pt. 2, 542

Lemington, hist. by Arthur T. Holbrook, i. 1014-5

pioneers, i. 1014²

Lemon Fair river, i. 26, 73², 97, 109

Leni Lenape, otherwise Algonkins, iv. 941²

Leominster (Mass.), persons from, settle in Enosburg, ii. 142, 151

Lewis College, see Norwich University

Lewis Creek in Ferrisburg, Indian name Sungahnee-tuk, i. 32, 34

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1043

 

Librarian soc., Pittsford, iii. 951²

Libraries; of Barre, iv. 35²

Burke, i. 308²-9

Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 511

Bennington, v. pt. 35, 40-2, 49

Berkshire, ii. 160

Brookfield, ii. 861²

Burlington, i. 566

Cabot, iv. 102²

Calais, iv. 171²

Charlotte, i. 737²

Chittenden co., i. 470

H. A. Cutting's, i. 1039

Dorset, i. 187², 2d ed. 188²

East Montpelier, iv. 576

Fair Haven, iii. 708

Goodwillie's i. 294²

Guilford, v. pt. 3, 10

Halifax, v. pt. 2, 420²-1

Hinesburg, i. 795²

Marshfield, iv. 206²

Montpelier, iv. 290

Pawlet, iii. 887

Peru, i. 212², 2d ed. 211²

Pittsford, iii. 951², 959-60

Poultney, iii. 967, 975

Putney, v. pt. 2, 222²

Randolph, ii. 995²

Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 507²

St. Albans, ii. 330

Shoreham, i. 95

Stowe, ii. 720

Strafford, ii. 1071²

Univ. of Vt., i. 524

Vernon, v. pt. 2, 280²

Waterbury, iv. 846

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 601²

Westminster West, v. pt. 2, 646

Wilmington, v. pt. 3³, 23

Williamstown, ii. 1143

License vote in Worcester, 1847-50, iv. 889

Licenses granted by co. courts, ii. 96²

Lt. Cargill's grant, i. 261²

Light infantry co. of Montpelier, 1812, iv. 297-8

Lime industry in Swanton, iv. 1024

Lime kilns, in Sutton, v. pt. 34, 25

Lime pond, Williamstown, ii. 1140

Lincoln, granted, 1790, i. 49

hist. by J. T. Gove, i. 48-50

Linen manufacture, in Guilford, v. pt. 3, 61²

Londonderry, v. pt. 3¹, 16

Lion (boat), 1813, ii. 528

"Little Egypt," in Enosburg, ii. 137²

Little Ox Bow, Haverhill, N. H., ii. 917

Litchfield (Conn.), persons from, settle in Benson, iii. 408²

persons from, settle in Hardwick, i. 330

persons from, settle in Middlebury, i. 59²

persons from, settle in Salisbury, i. 91-2

Litchfield co. (Conn.), persons from, settle in Burke, i. 302²

Little Otter Creek, in Ferrisburg, navigable 3 miles, i. 34

Indian name Wonakake-tuk, i. 31², 32, 34

 

 

 

1044    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Little Otter Creek falls, i. 33 (2)

Little Panton, i. 79²

Little pond, in Groton, i. 321²

Little R. I., in Shaftsbury, i. 232

Littleton, early name of Waterford, i. 431

Live stock, in Shoreham, i. 97

Location of early villages in Vt., ii. 972²

Logan's Point, Shelburne, i. 877²

Long boat lines on Champlain, i. 683²-4

Londonderry, census, 1790, v. pt. 3¹, 17

charters, v. pt. 3¹, 15

collegiates, v. pt. 3¹, 21-3

financial troubles, v. pt. 3¹, 17²

granted by N. Y. as Kent, v. pt. 3¹, 16

hist. by Nancy Cockran, pt. 3¹, 15-29

military records, v. pt. 3¹, 26

town divided, v. pt. 3¹, 17; v. pt. 3², 6

town meeting, v. pt. 3¹, 15

Long Island in Lake Champlain, ii. 562², 563²

Long Pond, in Charleston, iii. 117²-8

in Groton, i. 121²

Loom run by water power in Montpelier about 1816, iv. 275²

run by water power, first in America at Waltham, (Mass.), 1815, iv. 275²

Losses in Bennington battle, v. pt. 35, 20²

Gettysburg battle, iv. 21

Lost children, iv. 184²

soldiers pass through Readsboro, i. 219, 2d ed. 218

Lotbiniere seigniory, i. 4

Lotteries in Vt., v. pt. 2, 691²

Lottery granted to Anthony Haswell, i. 176², 2d ed. 178²

in Brattleboro, v. 36²

Loudon (N. H.). persons from, settle in St. AIbans, ii. 341

Loup Indians, see Abnakis

Lovejoy family, of Westminster, v. pt. 2, 590

Low prices, see Cost of living

Lowell & Boston R. R., iv. 6²

Lowell census, iii. 270

description, iii. 278

former name, Kelleyvale, iii. 269²

granted, iii, 312², 313

hist. by D. Eugene Curtis, iii. 269-82, 386

land titles, iii. 275²-6

military hist., iii. 270-1, 280

organized, iii. 269²

pioneers, iii. 269²

settled, 1764, iii. 318, 1015

town and other officers, iii. 269-70

vital records, iii. 280

mountains, iii. 278

Lower Falls village, Weybridge, i. 110 (2)

Lower Salmon brook, Vernon, v. pt. 2, 276²

Loyalists flee to Canada, i. 128²-30, 2d ed. 129-31

Loyalty of Vt. to the country, 1812, i. 469, 471

Lumber trade in Burlington, i. 517-19

Lumbering in Worcester, iv. 889-90

Lund's pond, i. 262²

Lunenburg, granted, 1763, i. 1015²

grantees, i. 1015²

hist. by Jonah Brooks, i. 1015-25

physicians, i. 1018²

pioneers, i. 1015²-16

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1045

 

Lunenburg, town records, i. 1016

Lutterloh, former name of Albany, iii. 47²-8

Lyceum of East Highgate, ii. 263²

Lyceums of Swanton, iv. 1099

Lydius land claims, i. 105

in Clarendon, iii. 572

purchase from Dellius, i. 2²

title to Clarendon, iii. 553²-4

Lyndon, description, i. 338²-9

granted, i. 339²

hist. by George C. Cahoon, i. 338-56

pioneers, i. 340, 343, 346

produce, i. 339²-40

town and other officers, i. 354-5

town meetings, i. 341-4

villages, i. 352²-3

Lyonaise marble, iv. 1030

 

 

 

McConnel's falls, in Johnson, ii. 679

MacDonough (boat), on Lake Champlain, ii. 298²

McIndoe's Falls, Barnet, i. 279, 280²

McIntosh house, Vergennes, i. 107

McKee place, West Arlington, 2d ed. i. 123²

Mack's Leg, Windham, v. pt. 3², 6²

Mackville, in Hardwick, i. 326

Mad river, i. 41; iv. 21², 597, 769²

Madison (Conn.), persons from, settle in Middlebury, i. 52²

Magazine club of Westminster, v. pt. 2, 601²

Magnetic variation at Middlesex, iv. 233

in northern Vt., i. 270²

Magnetism applied to mechanics by Thomas Davenport, ii. 1153

Maidstone, boundaries surveyed, i. 1027, 1029²

granted, 1761, i. 1025

hist. by Moody Rich, i. 1025-45

pioneers, i. 1026-30, 1045

proprietors' records, i. 1025²-6

town and other officers, i. 1030-1

Maidstone lake, i. 1043²-4

Mail for Richford sent through Enosburg post office until 1817, ii. 281²

Mail received weekly at St. Albans, ii. 292²

route to Barnet, in 1808, i. 294²

routes, v. pt. 2, 383²

Mallet's bay, early called Ouynouski bay, i. 756

Manchester, granted, 1761, i. 199, 2d ed. 198²

hist. by H. E. Miner, i. 198-207

in Charlotte co., i. 201

in the Revolution, i. 201

included in Princeton grant, i. 146, 2d ed. 148²

proprietors meet in Amenia, N. Y., i. 199

town and other officers, i. 202-3

Manchester convention, 1772, i. 200²-1

Manchester shire, i. 121

Manganese in Brandon, iii. 499²

Chittenden, iii. 547²

Mann granite quarry, Barre, iv. 39

Mansfield (Conn.), persons from, settle in Middlebury, i. 59

Mansfield (Vt.), annexed to Stowe, ii. 695²

charter, 1763, ii. 680

description, ii. 696

hist. by E. Henry Willey, ii. 680

pioneers, ii. 670

town and other officers, ii. 680

 

 

1046    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Mansfield family, of Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 211-2

Mansfield house, Stowe, ii. 731

Mansfield Mt., see Mount Mansfield

Manufacturers, of Bennington, v. pt. 35, 44-6, 49

Brattleboro, v. 42

Guilford, v. pt. 3, 61

Halifax, v. pt. 2, 421

Middlebury, i. 53²

Salisbury, i. 89²

Wardsboro, v. pt. 2, 673

Westminster West, v. pt. 2, 650

Manumission, in Pawlet, iii. 889-90

Manuscript in lead tube discovered in Swanton conjectured to be of early date, iv. 934

record of Lt. Gov. Stoughton, of Mass., 1696, iv. 241

Maple hill, Arlington, 2d ed., i. 123²

Maple sugar, ii. 135; iii. 319²

first product in Danville, i. 313

Maple sugar industry, v. pt. 3³, 23²

on the Missisquoi, (?), iv. 957

of Newark, i. 357

of Sutton, v. pt. 34, 26

Maple sugaring in Hardwick, i. 325²

Maps: Addison co., by H. F. Walling, error in, i. 109²

Barnet, map of 1790, locates 90 settlers, i. 281

Blanchard and Langdon map of N. H., 1761, i. 261

Lake Champlain, 1732, iv. 952²

1748, i. 32; ii. 89²

from Fort Chambly to Fort St. Frederick, 1732, ii. 89

Lydius grant, i. 120²

N. Y., 1779, i. 261²

Chorographic map, ii. 89-90

grants in Vt., ii. 89-90

route from St. John's to N. Y., belonging to Col. Pfister, i. 158, 2d ed. 160

Vermont, 1761, i. 261

1770, iv. 251²

about 1779, iv. 251²-2

in preparation, 1785, mentioned by Allen, i. 389²

Walling's map of Franklin co., ii. 91²

Whitelaw's map of Vt., 1793, ii. 90

1796, i. 268², 380²

Maquam bay, ii. 289²; iv. 991²

Creek, ii. 344 (2)

Marble in Brandon, iii. 499

Shoreham, i. 97

floor tile, iv. 1028

industry, of Middlebury, i. 53

of Panton, i. 81²

quarries, of Castleton, iii. 513²-4, 528²

Cornwall, i. 26

Danby, iii. 602

Dorset, i. 189-90, 2d ed. 190

Fair Haven, iii. 707

Glens Falls, N. Y., iv. 1026

Isle La Motte, ii. 477, 557; iv. 1026

Rutland, iii. 1065-9

Rutland co., iii. 1066

Swanton, iv. 1025-30, 1188-9

Maria (British ship), i. 5²

Marietta college, Ohio, address by Rev. Joel H. Linsley, i. 29²

Marine hospital at Burlington, i. 512

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1047

 

Markets of Enosburg, ii. 139²

Marl beds of Grand Isle co., ii. 477

Marlboro, charters, v. pt. 2, 441

hist. by Rev. Ephraim H. Newton, v. pt. 2, 441-53

origin of name, v. pt. 2, 532

pioneers, v. pt. 2, 443-5

supports American Revolution, v. pt. 2, 441²

town and other officers, v. pt. 2, 443², 446²

town records, v. pt. 2, 441

Marriage ceremony, by Dr. Cyrus Washburn, v. pt. 2, 282-3

Marriage custom in Fairfax, ii. 175

Shelburne, i. 871

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 578

Marsh fund for churches in Vernon, v. pt. 2, 280

Marshfield, dealers, iv. 205²

freemen in 1800, iv. 200²

granted 1790, iv. 197

hist. by Mrs. H. C. Pitkin, iv. 197-222

military hist., iv. 216-8

physicians, iv. 206

pioneers, iv. 197-9, 200-2

purchased from Indians, iv. 197

taverns, iv. 205

town and other officers, iv. 204-5

town records, iv. 200-2

vital records, iv. 206

Martial law in Canada, 1837, ii. 505

Martin's bay, ii. 244²

Marvin's Gore, ii. 229

Masons, see Freemasons; and Anti-masonic party

Mass meeting in Franklin co., 1837, resolutions passed, ii. 299²-300

Massachusetts claims southern Vt. & N. H., v. pt. 2, 251

claims Vt., i. 914²

equivalent land grants to Conn., in Vt., see Equivalent lands in Vt.

land grants in Vt., v. pt. 2, 251²

in Vt. & N. H., v. pt. 2, 563-4, 628

men settle Montpelier, iv. 257

settles Conn. river towns, ii. 916

Masts cut in Bradford for France, ii. 829

Mathematical genius, Z. Colburn, iv. 114

Mathew family, of Marlboro, v. pt. 2, 445-6

May Martin founded on incident in Middlesex, iv. 241-2

Meadows of Newbury, ii. 915

Meaker murder in Waterbury, iv. 916

Medical society of Franklin co., ii. 99-100

of Vt., ii: 99²

Medicinal springs of Bridport, i. 18

of Brighton, i. 955²

in Bristol, i. 19

in Brookline, v. pt. 2, 382²

Brunswick, i. 965

Cabot, iv. 89

Clarendon, iii. 569

Cornwall, i. 26

Danby, iii. 664

Grand Isle co., ii. 477²

Guilford, v. pt. 3, 11, 62

Highgate, ii. 258², 261-2

Middlebury, i. 60

Middletown, iii. 843-4

Mt. Tabor, iii. 869

 

 

1048    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Medicinal springs of Panton, i. 81²

Sheldon, ii. 160, 369, 381

Shoreham, i. 97

South Hero, ii. 571

Stowe, ii. 702

Sutton, v. pt. 34, 26

Tunbridge, ii. 1128

Waterville, ii. 773

Wheelock, v. 433

Williamstown, ii. 1140

Medway, see Mendon

Meech reminiscences, iii. 1130-2

Meeting house, attempt to build by town tax in Bennington, i. 161, 2d ed. 163

Meetings for promoting building of R. R. through Vt., 1830, iv. 302-4

Melvin's battle in Jamaica, v. pt. 2, 457-8

Memorial day speakers at Bennington, v. pt. 35, 54-5, 69

Memorial of recently died Vermonters, i. 1080; ii. 1196; iii. 1242; iv. 1200

Memorials of a Century, by Rev. Isaac Jennings, v. pt. 3, 18²

Memory, a remarkable, i. 279

Memphremagog, Lake, see Lake Memphremagog

Men with Ethan Allen at Ticonderoga, see Soldiers in Allen's party at capture of Ticonderoga

Mendon, granted 1781, iii. 784²

hist. by Mrs. Anna B. Boorn, iii. 784-93

military hist., iii. 792-3

organized 1806, iii. 784²

pioneers, iii. 785²

town and other officers, iii. 785²-6

vital records, iii. 786

Mengwe, or Iroquois, iv. 941²

Merchant's line on Champlain, i. 683²-4

Merrifield family, of Brookline, v. pt. 2, 396, 401

Merrill's Bay, in Panton, i. 80²

Messeepsque, see Missisquoi

Messiskon, Missisquoi, v. pt. 2, 294²

Metcalf's island, at mouth of Missisquoi, iv. 965²

Method of securing land grants, iii. 239

Methodist seminary and female college, iv. 299²

Metric system, v. pt. 3, 72

Mettawee, or Pawlet river, i. 182², 2d ed. 184; iii. 871

Mexican war soldiers, Lt. Jenks Beaman, iii. 985²

Joel Beaman, iii. 734

Daniel Bemis, iii. 1197

Charles Bigelow, iv. 41

Maj. Jacob Brown, i. 238, 2d ed. 237²

Daniel Cutler, iv. 587

Andrew Foster, of Brighton, i. 957

William M. Fuller, v. pt. 2, 508, 522

William Green, iii. 625

George Kilborn, iii. 1197

Parker Langmayd, iii. 125

Orange McKay, iv. 587

Gen. John Wolcott Phelps, v. pt. 3, 69

James Preston, iii. 874²

Israel Bush Richardson, ii. 187

Col. Martin Scott, i. 167, 178, 2d ed. 169, 179²

Capt. Truman Seymour, iii. 985²

Israel Sheldon, iii. 646²

Return Strong, iii. 874²

of Calais, iv. 147

Clarendon, iii. 560

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1049

 

Mexican war soldiers of Danby, iii. 653-4

Groton, iv. 1164

Montpelier, iv. 341

Middlebury bounds, i. 69

hist. by S. Swift, i. 50-65

origin of name, i. 50

pioneers, i. 4², 50-2

Middlebury college, i. 52², 241 note

faculty, i. 155²

gave medical degrees through Castleton medical college, 1820-7, iii. 519-20

hist., i. 55-6

Middlebury falls, i. 2², 119

Middlebury female seminary, i. 52², 111

Middlebury hist. soc., i. 120

Middlebury river, i. 54

Middlesex census, iv. 235²

charter, 1763, iv. 222

clergy, iv. 238

description, iv. 226²

first settled town in Wash. co., iv. 234

grantees, iv. 222

hist. by Stephen Herrick, iv. 222-50

minerals, iv. 233²

natural curiosities, iv. 228-9

Narrows, iv. 825

natural hist., iv. 233-4

pioneers, iv. 222-6, 240-1

town and other officers, iv. 236-8

traders, iv. 225²

vital records, iv. 245

Middlesex (Orange co.), original name of Randolph, ii. 974, 1027-9, 1171²

Middletown (Conn.), persons from, settle in Fairfax, ii. 179²

persons from, settle in Fairfield, ii. 196

persons from, settle in Georgia, ii. 241

persons from, settle in Middlebury, i. 61

Middletown (Vt.), boundaries, iii. 796

charter, iii. 794-6

eccentric persons, iii. 810-19

freemen, iii. 819²-20

granted 1784, iii. 794

hist. by Barnes Frisbee, iii. 794-844

military hist., iii. 838-42

organized, iii. 796

origin of name, iii. 794

pioneers, iii. 794-5, 797

prosperous period, iii. 826

settled, iii. 794²-5

town and other officers, iii. 796², 837-8

Middletown Springs, iii. 843

Middletown Springs hotel co., iii. 844

Military land grants in Rutland co. by N. Y., iii. 403²

see also N. Y. military land grants

Military records of Vt., in 1861, by Gov. Horace Fairbanks, i. 436-52

supplies at Bennington, i. 154, 2d ed. 156

Militia inspection, see June training

law repealed, 1844, ii. 354

muster at Sutton, 1824, v. pt. 34, 13

of Bennington, 1764, i. 143², 153, 2d ed. 146, 155

of Franklin co., ordered to N. Y., 1813, ii. 294²-5

of Highgate, ii. 265, 352-3

of Pawlet, iii. 879

 

 

1050    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Miller family, of Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 45-51, 122-3, 129-36, 169-70, 182-4, 204²-5

Miller's river, Wheelock, i. 433

Millerism, in Jamaica, v. pt. 2, 427

Waterbury, iv. 846

Mills built at falls of Missisquoi by English about 1765, iv. 966, 967²-8

at Alburg, ii. 498²

of Arlington, i. 123, 2d ed. 123²-4

Bakersfield, ii. 108

Barnet, i. 276, 281²

Bennington, i. 137-8, 144², 2d ed. 138-40, 147; v. pt. 35, 49

Berlin, iv. 53²

Brookline, v. pt. 2, 379²

Burke, i. 304²-5, 310

Cabot, iv. 81

Cambridge, ii. 603, 604

Castleton, iii. 503

Concord, i. 969, 972

Fairfax, ii. 179

Fletcher, ii. 215

Franklin, ii. 227²

Grafton, v. pt. 2, 554

Granville, i. 42²

Halifax, v. pt. 2, 414², 421

Highgate, ii. 259²

Jamaica, v. pt. 2, 425²

Londonderry, v. pt. 3¹, 17, 18

Marshfield, iv. 206

Middlesex, iv. 231-2

Montpelier, iv. 261², 275

Mt. Tabor, iii. 867

Newbury, i. 376²

Pittsford, iii. 947-8

Ryegate, i. 376²

St. Johnsbury, i. 393²

Shelburne, i. 876

Stratton, v. pt. 2. 521²

Sunderland, i. 239

Sutton, v. pt. 34, 25

Victory, i. 1047

Waterbury, iv. 832³

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 565, 568, 602

Westminster West, v. pt. 2, 649-50

Weybridge, i. 110

Woodbury, iv. 875

on Lake Champlain, 1766-9, iv. 967

on Missisquoi burned about 1775 by uncertain parties, iv. 969-70

Milton, grantees, i. 839²

hist. by Hector Adams, i. 839-43, 941

organized, 1788, i. 840

pioneers, i. 839²

sand bar, see Sand bar between Milton and South Hero

Minden, see Craftsbury, iii. 165

Minehead, original name of Bloomfield, i. 950 note

Mines in Concord, i. 970 note, 972

Minerals, in Hyde Park, ii. 629

Lamoille co., ii. 588

Orange co., ii. 803, 875

Orleans co., iii. 38

Stowe, ii. 696²

Tinmouth, iii. 1150

Minister Brook mining co., iv. 884

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1051

 

Ministerial support by town, ii. 821

Minister's lot in Bakersfield, ii. 104², 105², 107²

Barnet, i. 290

Bradford, ii. 820²-1

Fairfax, ii. 170²

Grand isle, ii. 530

Lyndon, i. 344, 345

Mendon, iii. 787

Monkton, i. 67, 160², 2d ed. 162²

Ryegate, i. 379

Salisbury, i. 88², 90

Minnesota, first daily newspaper in, ii. 181

Minute men of 1794, of Montpelier for protection against Canada, iv. 295-6

Mirage on Lake Champlain, i. 92

Missionaries from Bennington, i. 140², 163, 2d ed. 143, 165

from Dorset, i. 191², 194², 2d ed. 195-6

from Rupert, i. 226, 2d ed. 224²

to Indians, from Windham, v. pt. 3², 14, 19²

Missionary life among Indians, i. 335-6

Missisco, former name of Troy, iii. 316

see also Missisquoi

Misisco Leg, see Alburg

Missisco river, in Orleans co., iii. 38²

Missisco Tongue, see Alburg

Missisco valley, description, iii. 309-14

Missisquoi, see also Missisco

Missisquoi Annals to 1783, iv. 973

Missisquoi, origin of name, iv. 991

Missisquoi bay, claimed by Indians, i. 453-5

Indians on, i. 31²

smugglers' route, ii. 344

Missisquoi Indians, described by Mrs. Jemima Howe, iv. 960

Missisquoi river. ii. 109²-10, 368²; iii. 355, 361; iv. 991

smugglers' route, ii. 344

valley once a lake, ii. 91

Mohawks, i. 2

Mohegans, granted Addison and Rutland counties, i. 120²

Molly's falls, Marshfield, description, iv. 219

Molly's pond, i. 265²

Monadnock Mt., v. pt. 2, 250, 338

Money diggers of Middlesex, iv. 241

Money, scarcity of, i. 378

Monkton, Brit. land grant in, 1774, i. 105

hist. by O. L. Nimblet, i. 65-7

Montebello of Newbury, iv. 40²

Montgomery, changes in boundaries, ii. 275

hist. by N. W. Clapp, ii. 275-8

pioneers, ii. 275², 277²

town officers, ii. 278

Montpelier, appropriation for state house, 1832, $15,000, iv. 7²

casualties, iv. 330-41

census 1791-1870, iv. 274, 299

charters, 1781 and 1804, iv. 253²-5

collegiates iv. 551-3

chosen for state capital, 1805, iv. 284

deeply interested in R. R.s, iv. 301²-5

description, iv. 251

detached militia, 1812, iv. 298

early statistics, iv. 263 note

epidemics, iv. 263²-5

errata in history, iv. 592

 

 

1052    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Montpelier fire cos., iv. 300, 549-50

first four allotments made, iv. 258-9

first town meeting, iv. 265-6

food in 1787, iv. 260²-1

founder, Col. Timothy Bigelow, iv, 256-7

freemen in 1791, iv. 266

funds raised for state house, 1806, iv. 285

grantees not among N. Y. grantees, who received $30,000, iv. 252

grants, iv. 251-6

hist. by Eliakim P. Walton, and others, iv. 251-574

hotels, iv. 287-8

lawyers, iv. 277-8

military hist., iv. 295-9, 520-6

named by Col. Jacob Davis, iv. 253²

named Kilby by N. Y., iv. 3²

N. Y., attempt to survey in 1773, iv. 252²

newspapers, iv. 13

organized, 1791, iv. 265

petitioned for, from Vt. assembly, 1780, iv. 252-3

physicians, iv. 278, 358-9, 479-82

pioneer town in promoting R. R. building, iv. 305²

pioneers, iv. 257-62

political hist., iv. 269-74

proprietors, iv. 254, 256

proprietors' meetings, iv. 257-9

soldiers from, in U. S. army, 1812-60, iv. 523-6

streets & buildings raised above river, iv, 299

survey, voted by proprietors, 1785, iv. 258

town and other officers, iv. 272-4, 547-9

traders, iv. 278-81

vital records, iv. 327-30

votes cast for U. S. Pres. & Vt. governors, 1792-1880, iv. 269-72

water supply, iv. 485²-6

Montpelier & Wells River R. R., iv. 92², 218-9, 251², 306², 316², 526-32, 563, 729²

Montpelier classical school, iv. 291

The Montpelier lyceum, iv. 290

Montpelier mfg. co., iv. 275, 486

Montpelier savings bank & trust co., iv. 485

Montreal, visited by Cartier, ii. 89; iv. 934

Monument of Ethan Allen, i. 571

to William French, in Westminster, v. pt. 2, 575, 636²

to Seth Warner, by Conn., i. 174, 2d ed. 176

to victors of Plattsburg battle, i. 681

Moody family, of Waterbury, iv. 860

Moore Town, early name of Bradford, ii. 808-11

Moortown, early name of Bradford, iv. 713²

Moo-sa-la-moo mountain, Salisbury, i. 90, 92

Moose river, in Kirby, i. 337

sleds, i. 303²

Moretown, history, iv. 593-611

military affairs, iv. 609.11

paper by George Bulkley, iv. 917

town and other officers, iv. 917

town records, iv. 593-4

vital records, iv. 602-3

Morgan, granted, 1780, iii. 282²

grantees, iii. 282

hist. by Jacob S. Clark, iii. 282-93

military hist., iii. 286-7

physicians, iii. 285²

pioneers, iii. 284

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1053

 

Morgan, town and other officers, iii. 285²-6

Mormonism in Charleston, iii. 380

Middletown, iii. 818-9

Pawlet, iii. 905²

Morristown, granted, 1780, ii. 681

history, ii. 680-93, 800

pioneers, ii. 681

proprietors' meetings, ii. 681²

surveyed, ii. 681²

town officers, ii. 681-2, 800

vital records, ii. 682

Morrisville history, ii. 680-1

Morrisville, see also Morristown

Morse's Tavern, of Montpelier, iv. 309

Moscow, in Stowe, ii. 700²

Moss Glen Falls, i. 41; ii. 701²-2

Mortars, used for crushing grain, i. 4²

Moultonboro (N. H.), persons from, settle in Sutton, i. 423²

Mounds in Isle La Motte, ii. 561²

Mt. Anthony, of Bennington, v. pt. 35, 42²

Mt. Antony, of Rupert, i. 221²-2, 228, 2d ed. 220², 227

Mt. Eolus, formerly Dorset mountain, i. 182-3, 2d ed. 184

marble quarries, i. 189, 2d ed. 190

Mt. Hamilton, of Fair Haven, iii. 680², 691

Mt. Holly, description, iii. 845-6

hist. by Dr. John Crowley, iii. 845-66

organized, 1792, iii. 845²

physicians, iii. 850-1

pioneers, iii. 845, 862

settled, 1786, iii. 845

town and other officers, iii. 851

villages, iii. 846²-7

vital records, iii. 862²

Mt. Hunger, in Middlesex, iv. 229-30

Mt. Independence, origin of name, i. 73²

Robinson's regt. at, 1777, i. 168², 2d ed. 170²

two companies of Bennington men at, July, 1777, i. 153², 2d ed. 155²

Mt. Mansfield, i. 458; ii. 587², 694, 738-41

seen by Champlain, iv. 2

sketch, by Gay H. Naramore, i. 889

Mt. Mansfield hotel, Stowe, ii. 737

Mt. Royal, see Montreal

Mt. Tabor, freemen, 1788, iii. 867

grantees, iii. 869

hist. by Gideon S. Tabor, iii. 866-70

military hist., iii. 869-70

organized, 1788, iii. 866

pioneers, iii. 867²-8

Mt. Tabor's Leg, i. 208, 2d ed. 207

Mount Vernon house, in Hancock, i. 43²

Mountain views, v. pt. 2, 250, 338, 382²

Mountains of Dorset, i. 182², 2d ed, 184

Eden, ii. 622²

Jamaica, v. pt. 2, 423

Pawlet, iii. 870²

Movement for new state, v. pt. 2, 539

Mud creek, see Little Otter Creek

Museum of Antiques, of Northfield, iv. 711-2

Muster roll of Capt. Thomas Johnson's co. in Revolution, ii. 946

of Dewey's co., i. 153. 2d ed. 155

of Plattsburg volunteers from Montpelier, 1812, iv. 298

 

 

1054    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Muster roll of Robinson's co., Aug. 16, 1777, i. 158², 2d ed. 160²-1

Mystic Lodge, of Stowe, ii. 717

 

 

 

Narrative of the Captivity of Mrs. Jemima Howe, by Rev. Bunker Gay, v. pt. 2, 292-7

"The Narrows," of Middlesex, iv. 228²

National Life Ins. Co., iv. 283

Naturalized citizens of Vt., i. 389

Naval battle at Charlotte 1756, first on Lake Champlain between Eng. & French, i. 756

Navigation of Conn. river, ii. 955; iv. 301; v. 21², 39; v. pt. 2, 304-5, v. pt. 3, 62-3

Navigators on Lake Champlain, i. 669²

Navy, early name of Charleston, iii. 107-8, 379²

Nebraska bill, speech by James Meacham, i. 63-5

Negro slaves, ii. 370, 372

Neshobe, charter name of Brandon, iii. 428²; see Brandon

New Boston (N. H.), persons from, settle in Johnson, ii. 671

New Braintree (Mass.), people from, settle in Hardwick, i. 327², 333²

New Cheshire, charter desired, iii. 674

New Concord (N. Y.), persons from, settle in Shoreham, i. 94

New Connecticut, original name of Vt., v. 14

New England chemical co., ii. 1085²-8

New England Homestead, of Springfield, Mass., v. 183

New Fairfield (Conn.), persons from, settle in Sheldon, ii. 370

New Flamstead, see Chester

New France, grants on Lake Champlain, i. 756

occupied Isle La Motte, 100 years, i. 754

southern limits in Vt., i. 461

N. H. charters in Vt., iii. 969²

civil officers of N. H. grants, i. 122

claims to Vt., i. 914²

determines to secure Coos Meadows, 1752, ii. 916

granted Washington co. towns, iv. 3

map, see Blanchard & Langdon, map of N. H., 1761

persons from, settle in Berkshire, ii. 112, 117², 118

persons from, settle in Danville, i. 313

raise troop to meet Burgoyne, v. pt. 35, 16

surveyed Conn, valley, ii. 802, 807

western bounds disputed, v. 1

on Lake Champlain, i. 3

N. H.-N. Y. boundary, 1764, i. 146², 2d ed. 148-9

boundary conflict, i. 16, 391, 462-3, 767-71, 908-16; iii. 404²; v. pt. 2, 568-70

in Addison, i. 4², 5, 11

Arlington, i. 124-7, 2d ed. 124²-8²

Bennington, i. 145²-51, 164², 2d ed. 148-53, 166²

Cambridge, ii. 611

Clarendon, iii. 553-60, 571-3

Cornwall, i. 23²

Ferrisburg, i. 32²

Manchester, i. 200²-1

New Haven, i. 69²

Panton, i. 79

Pownal, i. 167, 215, 2d ed. 169², 214

Rupert, i. 223, 2d ed. 222

Shaftsbury, i. 233²-4, 2d ed. 233

Starksboro, i. 105

Sunderland, 1. 239²

Vergennes, i. 11

Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 684

letter from Jonathan Arnold, i. 391

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1055

 

N. H. grantees, appoint agents to send to London, 1772, i. 126²-7, 2d ed. 127²

arrested, i. 167², 2d ed. 169²

claim right to secede from N. Y., v. 12²

declare themselves to be a free state, Jan., 1777, i. 128

indicted as rioters, i. 148, 2d ed. 150²

petition the King for relief, 1767, i. 127

purchased land in good faith, i. 123²

resist N. Y. adherents, v. pt. 2, 27-8

resist N. Y. claimants in Halifax, v. pt. 2, 412²

send agents to London, 1767, i. 147², 167², 2d ed. 149², 169²

send agents to London for relief from N. Y., 1772, i. 173², 2d ed. 175

send agents to N. Y., 1765, i. 146, 2d ed. 148

township committees of, meet at Arlington, Mar. 1774, i. 127², 2d ed. 128²

N. H. grants, v. 1-3

census, 1755, v. pt. 2, 495

in Rutland co., iii. 403

civil officers of, i. 167², 2d ed. 169²

Iegality of, recognized by England, i. 127, 2d ed. 128

no of, v. 1²

New Hampton institute, moved to Fairfax, ii. 173

New Hampton literary and theological institution, ii. 98²

New Haven (Conn.), persons from, settle in Middlebury, i. 58²

New Haven (Vt.), bounds, i. 68²

hist. by W. Bullard, i. 68-72

pioneers, i. 70

records lost, i. 71²

New Haven falls, at Vergennes, i. 32²

New Haven river, i. 19, 48², 50, 71

New Huntington, see Huntington

New Ipswich (N. H.), persons from, settle in Enosburg, ii. 142²

New Lights, in Hardwick, i. 329-30

New Milford (Conn.), persons from, in Arlington largely adherents of Church of England, i. 131, 2d ed. 132

settle in Arlington, i. 123²

settle in Shoreham, i. 100²

New Salem (Conn.), persons from, settle in Hancock, i. 43²

N. Y., authority in Charlotte co. flouted, i. 462²-3

authority never recognized in Bennington, i. 151², 2d ed. 153²

builds fort at Chimney Point, i. 2²

civil government compared with that of N. E., i. 145², 2d ed. 148

civil officers in Cumberland co., 1777-82, v. 15

claims against Vt. settled, i. 262

claims to N. H. grants, i. 145, 2d ed. 148

claims to Vt., i. 121

commission authorized to appoint military officers, ii. 946

committee of correspondence, 1774, send letter to Cumberland co., v. pt. 2, 538², 569²

convention, claims jurisdiction over Vt., v. 15²

chorographic map, ii. 89-90

eastern boundary determined by King, v. 2

proclaimed 1764, v. pt. 2, 536²

expeditions against the French, 1690-91, i. 2

grant of Maidstone, i. 1026

grant to Col. Wooster in Addison, i. 4

granted to Duke of York, i. 1²

granted Washington co. towns, iv. 3²

grants annulled, i. 262

in Panton and New Haven, i. 79

in Rutland co., iii. 403-4

in Vt., i. 146, 147, 2d ed., 148², 149²; ii. 90

on Champlain, i. 756²

on Otter Creek, from mouth to Sutherland Falls, i. 69²

 

 

1056    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

N. Y. jurisdiction in western Vt., failed, i. 462-3

rejected in several Cumberland co. towns, v. 16

land disputes, see N. H.-N. Y. boundary conflict

loyal to the King except Bennington mob, i. 152, 2d ed. 154²

military grants on Lake Champlain, i. 32

offers bounty for arrest of leading N. H. grantees, i. 127², 2d ed. 128²

ordered to respect N. H. grants, i. 127, 167², 2d ed. 128, 169²

prohibited from disturbing N. H. grantees, i. 147², 2d ed. 150

resisted by Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 9-12

state men from, settle in Berkshire, ii. 114²

surveyor frightened from Montpelier by Ira Allen, iv. 713²

adherents in N. H. grants punished, i. 125-6, 2d ed. 126-7

proceedings in Cumberland co., v. 15-7

N. Y.-N. H. conflict, see N. H.-N. Y. boundary conflict

N.Y.-Vt. boundary, ii. 179

see also N. H.-N. Y. boundary conflict

N. Y. charter, basis of land titles in Newfane, v. pt. 2, 456

claims, chief interest at Dorset convention, i. 128

claimants, in Putney, v. pt. 2, 221

"N. Y. land jobbers," i. 151, 2d ed. 153

N. Y. Rutland and Montreal R. R., v. pt. 35, 43²

Newbrook, N. Y. name of Montpelier, iv. 251²-2

Newark, hist. by J. P. Smith, i. 356-8

pioneers, i. 356²

town and other officers, i. 357²

Newbury, directory, ii. 944-5

explorers visit, ii. 954²

granted, 1763, ii. 918²

grantees, ii. 944

half way resting place between Canada and Atlantic, ii. 918

harassed by tories, ii. 926-7

history, ii. 915-56, 1170

in the Revolution, ii. 926-8, 945²-7

military hist. ii. 945-51

pioneers, ii. 917²-9, 943²

settled, i. 265²; ii. 917

shire town, i. 261-2

surveyed, 1761, ii. 807²-8

town and other officers, ii. 944

town meetings, ii. 919²

vital records, ii. 945

Newbury seminary, ii. 804, 951-2

Newfane, census, v. pt. 2, 479-80

centennial address by Charles K. Field, v. pt. 2, 455-9

charters, v. pt. 2, 455-6

collegiates, v. pt. 2, 487-8

description, v. pt. 2, 458-9

first named Fane, v. pt. 2, 455

grantees, v. pt. 2, 455²

hist. by John H. Merrifield, v. pt. 2, 455-91

land titles rest on N. Y. charter, v. pt. 2, 456

mountain views, v. pt. 2, 460²

origin of name, v. pt. 2, 532

portion annexed to Brookline, v. pt. 2, 380, 455

shire town, v. pt. 2, 455

town and other officers, v. pt. 2, 461

vital records, v. pt. 2, 477-8

Newport (N. H.), persons from, settle in Orwell, i. 74

persons from, settle in Shoreham, i. 101²

Newport (Vt.), early name was Duncansborough, iii. 303², 304

grantees, iii. 302²

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1057

 

Newport (Vt.), hist. by D. H. Simonds, iii. 293-306, 386

physicians, iii. 298-302

pioneers, iii. 293²

settled, 1793, iii. 293²

town and other officers, iii. 303²-5

town records, iii. 303²-4

Newspaper delivery in Cabot, iv. 91

Newspapers of Vt.:

The American Baptist, v. pt. 2, 712²

American Citizen of Morrisville, i, 589²

American Journal of Swanton, iv. 1100

American Observer, ii. 589²

American Protector, ii. 818

American Register of Arlington, i. 252²

American Yeoman of Brattleboro, v. 181

Anti-masonic Republican, i. 92

Argus and Patriot of Montpelier, iv. 13, 292², 294, 310²; v. pt. 2, 511

Aurora of the Valley, ii. 818

The Banner, iii. 710

The Barre Enterprize, iv. 35²

The Barre Herald, iv. 35²

The Barre Times, iv. 35²

Barton Monitor, v. pt. 34, 30²

Bellows Falls Argus, v. pt. 2, 511

Bellows Falls Gazette, v. 182; v. pt. 2, 505, 511

Bellows Falls Intelligencer, v. pt. 2, 511

Bellows Falls Times, v. pt. 2, 505, 507, 511

Bennington Banner, i. 141, 2d ed. 143; v. pt. 35, 37, 43

Bennington Co. Whig, of Manchester, i. 253

Bennington Gazette, i. 392-3; iii. 693², 977; v. pt. 35, 34, 36

Bennington Newsletter, i. 252²

Bennington Reformer, v. pt. 35, 43

Bradford Enquirer, ii. 818

Brandon Gazette, iii. 495

Brandon Monitor, v. 183

The Brandon Post, iii. 495

Brattleboro Messenger, v. 77, 181, 182

Brattleboro Reformer, v. pt. 2, 322

Brattleboro Reporter, v. 77

Burlington Courier, i. 555

Burlington Free Press, i. 554-5; ii. 960²-3

Burlington Gazette, i. 555

Burlington Mercury, i. 555

Burlington Sentinel, ii. 274

Burlington Times, i. 555

Cabot Advertiser, iv. 89

Caledonian of St. Johnsbury, i. 402²

Champlain Reporter, ii. 330²

Christian Advocate and Journal, i. 57

The Christian Luminary, ii. 720

Christian Messenger, iv. 13, 293-4

Christian Repository, ii. 713; iv. 13, 292², 409-10

Columbian Patriot, Middlebury, i. 28

Commercial Register, Burlington, i. 555

Courier, of Burlington, v. 182

Daily Herald, iii. 1064²

Daily Messenger, St. Albans, ii. 331

Daily Transcript, St. Albans, ii. 331²

Democrat, of St. Albans, ii. 331

Eagle, of Brattleboro, v. 182

Epitome of the World, Bennington, v. pt. 35, 30

 

 

 

 

1058    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Newspapers of Vt.: Fair Haven Advertiser, iii. 710²

The Fair Haven Gazette, iii. 693²

Fair Haven Journal, iii. 711

Family Visitor, ii. 589²

Farmer's Herald, St. Johnsbury, i. 402²

Farmer's Library, of Fair Haven, iii. 693², 1064

Farmer's Library, or Fair Haven Telegraph, iii. 693²

Farmer's Library, or Vermont and New York Intelligencer, iii. 694

Federal Galaxy, of Brattleboro, v. 77, 180

Flail, of Brattleboro, v. 77

Franklin Co. Herald and Swanton Advertiser, iv. 1101

Franklin Co. Herald of Swanton, iv. 1100

Franklin Co. Journal of Burlington, iv. 1101

Franklin Journal, ii. 331; iv. 1101

Franklin Republican, ii. 373²

Free Press of Burlington, v. 182

of Montpelier, iv. 13

Freeman, of Montpelier, v. 182

Freeman's Press, Montpelier, ii. 1050; iv. 154², 292, 307²

Friend, St. Johnsbury, i. 403

Genius of Liberty, of Ludlow, i. 327

Golden Sheaf, iii. 710²

Green Mountain Boy, Burlington, i. 555

Green Mountain Democrat, of Newfane, v. pt. 2, 138

Green Mountain Eagle, of Castleton, iii. 516²

of Wilmington, v. pt. 3³, 23

Green Mountain Express, iii. 36², 254, 306

Green Mountain Farmer, Bennington, v. pt. 35, 30

Bradford, ii. 818²

Green Mountain Freeman, of Montpelier, iv. 13, 69, 292², 294, 511-3; iv. 556; v. pt. 2, 734²

Green Mountain Gem, ii. 818

Green Mountain Patriot, Montpelier, iv. 291²

Peacham, i. 269²; iv. 443, 469²

Green Mountain Post Boy, see Vermont Gazette or Green Mountain Post Boy

Green Mountain Repository, Burlington, i. 555

Guard of American Liberty, iii. 1065

Harrisonian, iv. 294

Herald, St. Johnsbury, i. 403

Herald of Vermont, i. 176², 2d ed. 178²

Herald of Vermont, or Rutland Courier, iii. 1064

Horn of the Green Mountains, of Manchester, i. 253

Independent Freeholder, of Brattleboro, v. 180²

Independent Inquirer, of Brattleboro, v. 77, 182; v. pt. 2, 138

Independent Standard, iii. 253²

Investigator, ii. 589²

Journal of the Times, of Bennington, i. 252²-3

Lamoille Banner, ii. 589

Lamoille Newsdealer, ii. 855

Lamoille River Express of Johnson, ii. 589; iii. 36²

Lamoille Standard, ii. 589

Lamoille Whig of Johnson, iv. 556

Loco Foco of Swanton, iv. 1100

Ludlow Gazette, v. pt. 2, 270²

Manchester Journal, i. 253

Middlebury Galaxy, i. 53

Middlebury Mercury, 1801, i. 53

Middlebury Register, i. 53

Montpelier Watchman, v. 182

Monitor of Brandon, iii. 495

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1059

 

Newspapers of Vt.: Morning Star of Danville, v. pt. 34, 49

National Opinion of Bradford, ii. 818; iii. 387²

National Telegraph, ii. 818

Newport Express, iii. 37, 306

Newport News, iii. 36², 306

Newport Republican, iii. 36², 306

North American of Swanton, iv. 1100

North Star of Danville, i. 269², 318-9; ii. 174²; iv. 91

North Union, iii. 36², 253²

Northern Christian Advocate, iii. 495

Northern Enquirer of Bradford, ii. 818

Northern Galaxy, i. 53, 110²

Northern Oziris, iii. 36

Northern Sentinel, Burlington, i. 555

Northern Spectator, iii. 981², 999

Northern Visitor, iii. 495

Northfield News, iv. 695

Orange Co. Eagle of Randolph, ii. 1067

Orange Co. Journal, ii. 818

Orleans Co. Gazette, iii. 36², 253²

Orleans Co. Independent Standard, iii. 254

Orleans Independent Standard, iii. 36², 387

Patriot of Montpelier, v. 182

People's Journal, iii. 710²

People's Press, i. 53

Phoenix of Brattleboro, see Vermont Phoenix

Ploughman, i. 252²

Poultney Bulletin, iii. 999²

Poultney Gazette, iii. 981², 999²

Poultney Journal, iii. 999²

Poultney Owl, iii. 999²

Le Protecteur Canadinne, St. Albans, ii. 331²

Record of Irasburg, iii. 385

Reformed Drunkard of Montpelier, iv. 294

Reformer of Montpelier, iv. 294

Reporter of Brattleboro, v. 109, 180²

Repertory, Burlington, i. 555

Repository of Burlington and of St. Albans, ii. 331

Republican of Brattleboro, v. 182²

Rutland and Addison Co. Whig, iii. 494²

Rutland Co. Advertiser, iii. 710²

Rutland Courier, iii. 1064²

Rutland Daily and Weekly Globe, iii. 1064²

Rutland Herald, i. 551²; iii. 693², 977, 1064²

Rutland Independent, iii. 1064²

St. Albans Adviser, ii. 330²

St. Albans Messenger, ii. 331

St. Johnsbury Caledonian, v. pt. 2, 507

St. Johnsbury Republican, v. pt. 2, 735

Scorpion, ii. 589

Scribbler of Burlington, i. 938²

Semi-Weekly Eagle of Brattleboro, v. 181²

Sentinel of Burlington, v. 182

Spirit of the Age, Woodstock, iv. 506

Star of Vermont, Northfield, iv. 169

State Banner of Bennington, i. 253; v. pt. 35, 34

State Journal, Montpelier, iv. 63², 292²

Statesman of Brattleboro, v. 182²

Swanton Courier, iv. 1101²

Swanton Herald, iv. 1100

Swanton Journal, iv. 1100²

 

 

 

1060    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Newspapers of Vt.: Synchronist of Swanton, iv. 1100²

Telegraph, ii. 818²

Tablet of the Times of Bennington, v. pt. 35, 30

Temperance Star, iv. 294

Theological Repository of North Hero, ii. 565

Times of St. Johnsbury, iii. 381²

Transcript of St. Albans, ii. 331²

Union Whig, iii. 1064²

Universalist Watchman of Montpelier, ii. 731²

Stowe, ii. 713

Woodstock, iv. 293

Vergennes Citizen, i. 107

Vermont Argus, iii. 494²

Vermont Autograph and Remarker, i. 825²

Vermont Centinel Supplement, i. 501

Vermont Christian Messenger of Montpelier, iv. 382-3, 553

Vermont Chronicle, ii. 143², 818²; iv. 293

Vermont Church Messenger, iv. 712²

Vermont Courier, iii. 1065

Vermont Family Visitor of Montpelier, iv. 312²

Vermont Family Gazette, ii. 818

Vermont Farmer of Brattleboro, v. 183

of Montpelier, iv. 293

of Newport, iii. 387

of Northfield, iv. 695

of Rutland, iii. 1065

Vermont Free Press of Fayetteville, v. pt. 2, 139²-40

Vermont Gazette of Bennington, i. 161², 176², 252, 2d ed. 163², 178²; v. pt. 35, 29, 36

Vermont Gazette of Montpelier, iv. 12²

Vermont Gazette or Green Mountain Post Boy, v. pt. 2, 601

Vermont Journal of Windsor, i. 397²; iii. 1065; v. pt. 2, 507

Vermont Observer of Middlebury, i. 326²

Vermont Patriot, iv. 13, 506²

Vermont Patriot & State Gazette. iv. 292, 309-10

Vermont Phoenix of Brattleboro, v. 145-8, 181-2; v. pt. 2, 138

Vermont Precursor, Montpelier, iv. 291², 313², 443

Vermont Record of Brandon, iii. 495; v. 183

Vermont Record of Brattleboro, iv. 50

Vermont Record and Farmer of Brattleboro, v. 183

Vermont Republican of Montpelier, iv. 297

of St. Albans, ii. 331

of Windsor, v. 181

Vermont Sentinel, i. 252²

Vermont Sentry, Swanton, iv. 1101²

Vermont Standard, i. 41

Vermont Statesman of Brattleboro, v. 77, 182

Vermont Statesman of Castleton, iii. 516²

Vermont Telegraph, iii. 494²

Vermont Transcript, ii. 322

Vermont Tribune of Brandon, iii. 495

of St. Albans, ii. 331²

Vermont Union, iii. 36², 306, 494²

Vermont Watchman of Montpelier, iv. 13, 91², 443, 469

Vermont Watchman & State Gazette, iv. 291², 541²

Vermont Watchman & State Journal, iv. 291², 294, 542

Vermonter of Bennington, i. 253

Voice of Freedom of Brandon, iii. 494²

of Montpelier, iv. 13, 63², 292², 311, 556

Walton's Daily Journal, iv. 293

Wanderer of Randolph, ii. 238²

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1061

 

Newspapers of Vt.: Watchman of Montpelier, iv. 291²

Watchman and Journal of Montpelier, iv. 311, 556

Weekly Messenger or Connecticut and Passumpsic Valley Advertiser, St. Johnsbury, i. 402²

Weekly Wanderer, Montpelier, iv. 292

Randolph, ii. 1016, 1050, 1066-7

Western Vermont Transcript, iii. 495

What's the News, iii. 1065

White River Advertiser of White River Jct., iii. 818

White River Advertiser and Vermont Family Gazette, iii. 36²

Wilmington Valley Times, v. pt. 3³, 24

Windham Co. Democrat of Brattleboro, v. 77, 181

Woodstock Standard, v. pt. 2, 507

The Yeoman of Brattleboro, v. 77

The Yeoman 's Record, iii. 36², 253

Newspapers of Brattleboro, v. 180-5

of Castleton, iii. 516

of Chittenden co., i. 470² and note

of Middlebury, i. 53

of Montpelier, iv. 291-3

Newspapers and publications of Brattleboro, v. 76-7, 102, 180-5

Newspaper , see also Periodicals

Newton academy, of Shoreham, i. 95-7

Newtown (Conn.), persons from, settle in Arlington, largely adherents of Church of Eng., i. 123², 131, 2d ed. 132

Nine Partners (N. Y.), persons from, settle in Shoreham, i. 94²

Non-attendance at church at Sutton, v. pt. 34, 16

Non-importation act adopted at Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 12²

Norfolk, see Canaan, i. 1067²

Normal school at Castleton, iii. 519

at Johnson, ii. 589²

at Randolph, ii. 995

first taught in Concord by Rev. S. R. Hall, iii. 375²

North Bennington, i. 136², 139-42, 2d ed. 138²

North Bennington village, v. pt. 35, 47-50

North branch, in Montpelier, iv. 251

North Hero, granted, ii. 473²

hist. by Marie S. Ladd, ii. 563-70

named, ii. 563²

pioneers, ii. 563²-4

records, ii. 564

town officers, ii. 566

vital records, ii. 566

North Kingston (R. I.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 321²

North Mountain, in Huntington, i. 813²

North river (steamboat), i. 686²

North Star, of Danville, early circulated in Richford, ii. 281²

hist. of, i. 318²-9

Northampton (Mass.), persons from, settle in Salisbury, i. 91

Northboro (Mass.), persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 291²

Northern Christian Advocate, extract from, i. 104

Northern transportation line, i. 683, 684²

Northfield (Mass.), formerly Squakheag, v. pt. 2, 275

Northfield (Vt.), anecdotes, iv. 646-8

collegiates, iv. 697

description, iv. 694

hist. by Rev. John Gregory, iv. 612-712

lawyers, iv. 616

military hist., iv. 699-704

physicians, iv. 616

proprietors, iv. 612

 

 

1062    HEMENWAY 'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Northfield (Vt.), town and other officers, iv. 613-6

town meeting, iv. 612-3

vital records, iv. 671-2

Northfield debating club, iv. 698²

Northumberland toll bridge co., i. 1004²

"Northwest passages," Forbisher's voyages, iv. 935

Northwestern consociation, met in Bakersfield, ii. 106²

Norton's tavern, in Westminster, v. pt. 2, 563, 572

Norwalk (Conn.), persons from, settle in Elmore, ii. 626²

Norwich (Conn.), persons from, settle in Bristol, i. 21-2

persons from, settle in Cornwall, i. 27

persons from, settle in Fairfax, ii. 177²

persons from, settle in Grand Isle, ii. 540

persons from, settle in Hyde Park, ii. 635-71

persons from, settle in Johnson, ii. 671²

Norwich University, by Rev. F. W. Bartlett, iv. 673-81

early name, Lewis college, iv. 673

professors, iv. 673-81

No-tsi-io-ne Indians, ii. 473

Noyes & Hayes store, Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 158

Noyesism unveiled, by Rev. H. Eastman, v. pt. 2, 236²

Noyesism, see also Perfectionism, v. pt. 2, 236²

Nutting family, of Randolph, ii. 1055-8

 

 

 

Oakham (Mass.), persons from, settle in Fairfield, ii. 196²

Oath of allegiance required of Am. citizens in Canada, in 1812, ii. 225

Oblong (N. Y.), persons from, settle in Salisbury, i. 91

Ochre manufacture in Woodford, i. 248²

Odd Fellows, see Independent order of Odd Fellows Ogden Mt., i. 3²

Ogdensburg railroad, ii. 302

opened to Rouse's Point, i. 699

Old Flood Wood, militia of Wash. co., iv. 5²

"Old hemp yard," in Swanton, iv. 945²

Olive Branch (ship), captured by English, i. 775

Olive Branch slate co., of Poultney, iii. 1001

Ompompanoosuck river, in Orange co., ii. 803, 1091², 1096², 1131

Oneida community, v. 83

Onian, wrong spelling of Onion, iv. 251

Onion river, early name of Winooski river, i. 757

Onion river flat, i. 814

Onion river land co., i. 490, 770

Onion river navigation and tow path co., incorporated 1825, iv. 303

Onion river pond, in Peacham, i. 358²

Operative slate co., of Poultney, iii. 1001

Oracles of Reason, by Ethan Allen, unprofitable, i. 252

Orange, granted, 1781, ii. 956

grantees, ii. 956

hist. by Carlos Carpenter, ii. 956-71, 1171

military hist., ii. 969-71

pioneers, ii. 956²

proprietors' meetings, ii. 956²

settled 1793, ii. 956²

town and other officers, ii. 956-7, 969

Orange co. census, 1840-60, ii. 803²

description, ii. 802-3

divided, 1792, ii. 90

est. i. 262; v. 17²; v. pt. 2, 274

hist. by Rev. Silas McKeen, ii. 801-7

officers, ii. 804-7, 1095

papers, ii. 1155-83

towns, ii. 801²-2

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1063

 

Orange co. court, ii. 871², 1095

Orange co. grammar school, at Randolph, ii. 995, 1036

Oregon bill, speech by S. S. Phelps, i. 60-1

Orleans co. Bible societies, iii. 41

bounds, iii. 37²

census, iii. 33

courts, iii. 31-2

description, iii. 37²-40

history, iii. 31-402

jubilee, iii. 373²-4

lawyers, iii. 37

officers, iii. 31, 33-4

organized, iii. 37²

papers, iii. 368-402

partly included in Addison co., i. 119

pioneers, iii. 31

settlements, iii. 313²

societies, iii. 41-6

Orleans co. fair, iii. 46

Orleans co. hist. society, celebrated Runaway pond disaster, iii. 204 note

Orleans co. historical society, see Orleans co. soc. of natural sciences

Orleans co. medical society, iii. 43

Orleans co. natural and civil historical society, iii. 41

Orleans co. society of natural sciences, iii. 43-4

Orleans liberal institute, iii. 200

Orwell, added to Addison co., i. 119²

granted by N. H., i. 73²

hist. compiled by Abbie M. Hemenway, i. 73²

pioneers, i. 73²

Osgood family, of Brookline, v. pt. 2, 397-8

Otter Creek, ii. 723

first falls originally called New Haven falls, i. 32², 34

military post built at mouth, 1690, i. 2

navigable to the falls, i. 106²

Otter Creek & Castleton river canal co. incorporated, 1825, iv. 301

Ouynouski bay, early name of Mallet's bay

Ouynouski river, early name of Winooski river, i. 757

Owl's head, in Dorset, i. 182², 2d ed. 184

The "Ox Sermon" by Rev. Merrill, in Peacham, i. 366, 372-4; v. pt. 2, 259²

 

 

 

Paine turnpike, iv. 31²

Painter falls, in Weybridge, i. 109²

Palaeontology, see Geology, and Fossils

Palmer family, of Calais, iv. 142

Panoplist, edited by Jeremiah Evarts, i. 242

Panther, see Catamount

Panton boundary, see Addison-Panton boundary

charter, i. 78

flight from, 1777-8, i. 80²

French forsake, i. 4

granted by N. H., i. 4

hist. by J. D. Smith, i. 77-83

hunting ground, i. 4

land titles, i. 78

origin of name, i. 78

pioneers, i. 4², 80²

proprietors' records, i. 78²-9

Paper machinery improved at Brattleboro, v. 41²

Paper manufacture at Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 511²

Paper Mill village, in Bennington, i. 173, 2d ed. 174²

Weybridge, i. 110²

Papermills of Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 505

 

 

1064                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZTTEER

 

Paper-making machine foundry, in Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 511²

Papineau rebellion, 1837, see Canadian rebellion of 1837

Paran creek, in Bennington, i. 139², 2d ed. 142

Paran creek mfg. co., Bennington, i. 140, 2d ed. 142²

Park Guards, Pennington, v. pt. 35, 47

Parker family, of Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 722

Parker's Gore, annexed to Sherburne, iii. 1121

see also Mendon

Parkerstown, see Mendon

Parkyille, proposed name of Fayetteville, v. pt. 2, 725²

Parsons family of Hubbardton, iv. 1173-4

Partiality of Rev. J. B. Perry, iv. 976-8

Parties in Vt. for union with N. H. or with N. Y., ii. 934-9

Partisan warfare in Arlington, i. 129-30, 130², 2d ed. 129²

Partisanship aroused by smuggling, ii. 346-7

Party politics in War of 1812, i. 468²-9

Party spirit affected enforcement of law of 1808-14, i. 468

in Chittenden co., in 1810-12, i. 468-9

Passing of turnpike travel, iv. 6²

Passumpsic R. R. through Sutton, i. 424

Passumpsic river, i. 262-3, 272

Passumpsic village, in Barnet, i. 280²

Passumpsic turnpike co., i. 269², 280

Patriot war, see Canadian rebellion of 1837

Patriotism, a sermon, ii. 836-41

Patriotism of Vt., i. 911-12

Patriots, moved to Arlington to quiet town, i. 130², 2d ed. 132

Patriots' war in Canada, see Canadian rebellion of 1837

Patronage table, i.e. subscribers to the Gazetteer, i. supplementary, pp. 1-8

between pp. 120 and 121, also pp. 3-13  of supplementary pp. between pp. 240 and 241

Patronesses, of the Gazetteer of vol. 1, i. 1071

of vol. 2, ii. 1191

Paulette, see Pawlet

Pavilion hotel, in Montpelier, iv. 262²

Pawlet, donation festivals, iii. 898²

granted, 1761, iii. 871

hist. by Hiel Hollister, iii. 870-934

lawyers, iii. 894

military hist. iii. 871-9, 900

origin of name, iii. 870²

physicians, iii. 893²-4

poor farm, iii. 897

settled in 40 acre lots, iii. 871

slaves set free, iii. 889-90

town and other officers, iii. 880-1

traders, iii. 893

vital records, iii. 895

Pawlet and Wells agricultural society, iii. 898²-9

Pawlet band, iii. 879².

Pawlet mfg. co., iii. 906

Pawlet river, source in Dorset, i. 182 note, 2d ed. 183² note

Peacham, abandoned in 1776, i. 359

census, i. 359

hist. by Rev. A. Boutelle, i. 358-75

pioneers, i. 359²

proprietors' meetings, i. 359

proprietors met at Hadley, Mass., i. 359

Peat, in Pawlet, iii. 895²

in Williamstown, ii. 1140

Peck family, of Waterbury, iv. 913

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1065

 

Pecunk-tuk, Indian name of Otter Creek, i. 31²

Pelham (Mass.), persons from, settle in Enosburg, ii. 151²

Pensions for Franklin co. soldiers in War of 1812 unpaid, ii. 403²

Peoples Rest, Montpelier, iv. 309

Perfectionism, by John Noyes, v. pt. 2, 236², 257

Periodicals of Vt.:

Amateur Herald, iv. 712²

Autumn Leaf, ii. 1067

Botanic Advocate, iv. 312²

Church Messenger, iv. 712²

Enterprise, ii. 1067

Era, iv. 313

Green Mountain Boys, of Montpelier, iv. 313

Green Mountain Emporium, iv. 294, 312

Green Mountain Farmer, of Bradford, ii. 818

Hatchet, iv. 712²

Household, of Brattleboro, v. 183²; v. pt. 2, 319

Iris and Burlington Literary Gazette, i. 555

Magnet, by Thomas Davenport, ii. 1153²

Mental Repast, i. 176², 252, 2d ed. 178²

Monthly Miscellany or Vermont Magazine, i. 176², 252, 2d ed. 178²

Monthly Reporter, Northfield, iv. 695

Montpelierian, iv. 313

Nonpariel, ii. 1067²

North Star, of Northfield, iv. 712²

North-eastern Christian Advocate, iii. 490

Northern Visitor, iii. 490

Postage Stamp Reporter, iv. 313

Quarterly Journal, iii. 710²

Reveille, of Northfield, iv. 695

Rural Magazine, iii. 1064², 1095-7

School Journal, of Brattleboro, v. 183²

Scourge of Aristocracy, iii. 695

Star of Vermont, iv. 712²

Thunderer, of Northfield, iv. 712²

Union Magazine, of Arlington, i. 252²

Vermont Family Visitor, iv. 312²

Vermont Record, Brattleboro, iv. 50

Vermont Register and Law Magazine, i. 53

Vermont School Journal, i. 520²; iv. 50

Vermont Temperance Banner, iv. 313

Vermont Temperance Star, iv. 312²

Vermonter, iv. 313

Watchword, iv. 312²

Winooski Impetus, of Montpelier, iv. 313

Young American, iv. 313

Periodicals, pub. in Burlington, i. 555

taken in Troy, iii. 332²

see also Newspapers

Perkins' pitch, in Plainfield, iv. 715²

Perry, Rev. John B., criticism on, by Editor, iv. 975-83, 1144

Peru, hist. by N. M. Haynes, i. 207-13. 2d ed. 206-12

origin of name, i. 208², 2d ed. 207²

Pest houses, in Bennington, i. 179-80, 2d ed. 180²-1

Petawabouque lake. possibly early name of Champlain, iv. 941

Petersburg, seige, ii. 388

Petition to King by N. Y. adherents, v. 6

proposed in Cumberland co., v. 11²

that Socialboro be shire town, iii. 1090-1

for Vt. grants 1779-80, iv. 257

Peton-bonque, Indian name for Lake Champlain, i. 637²

 

 

1066    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Petrifaction of human body, in Middlesex, iv. 245

Pews of church at Bennington, sold, i. 161², 2d ed. 163²

Philadelphia society, Middlebury college, i. 55

Philomathesian society, of Middlebury college, i. 25, 55

The Philomathic club, of Barre, iv. 49

Phippen family, of Westminster, v. pt. 2, 588-9

Physicians, see names of towns subdivision, physicians

Pickerel in Otter Creek, i. 89²

Piermont (N. H.), persons from, settle in Fairfax, ii. 168, 176

Pillory and stocks, in Thetford, ii. 1097

see also Whipping post

Pilots on Lake Champlain steamers, i. 508

Pine timber, in Highgate, ii. 258²-9

Pinnacle in Dorset, i. 182², 2d ed. 184

Pioneer life, in Addison, i. 7-9

Alburg, ii. 497

Bakersfield, ii. 103²

Bennington, i. 143, 144², 2d ed. 145², 147

Bridport, i. 17²

Brighton, i. 953-4

Burke, i. 302²-4

Concord, i. 969

Cornwall, i. 24

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 79-82

Enosburg, ii. 156²-9

Fairfax, ii. 168-71, 174-6

Ferrisburg, i. 34

Fletcher, ii. 202

Franklin, ii. 218-9, 227, 230-1

Georgia, ii. 235-6, 241-2

Goshen, i. 35-6

Granby, i. 991-2

Granville, i. 40

Halifax, v. pt. 2, 413

Hardwick, i. 330²

Highgate, ii. 271

Hubbardton, iii. 760-5

Hyde Park, ii. 641-53

Leicester, i. 45

Lincoln, i. 49

Middlebury, i. 51-2, 58²

Middlesex, iv. 238-40

Monkton, i. 65²

Moretown, iv. 593

Pawlet, iii. 891-2

Peru, i. 210, 2d ed. 209

Ripton, i. 86

Ryegate, i. 375-80; ii. 828

St. Albans, ii. 291-3

St. Johnsbury, i. 395

Salisbury, i. 90²

Searsburg, i. 231², 2d ed. 231

Sheffield, i. 412-4

Shelburne, i. 870-2, 875-6

Shoreham, i. 97², 100-1

Stowe, ii. 697-700

Swanton, iv. 1001-2

Thetford, ii. 1100-2

Troy, iii. 318-22

Underhill, i. 886-8

Warren, iv. 802-3

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1067

 

Pioneer life, in Waterbury, iv. 814-6

Winhall, i. 246²

Wolcott, ii. 778-83

Worcester, 1866, iv. 898-900

Pioneer mfg. co., of Montpelier, iv. 486

Pioneer mechanics' shop, Burlington, i. 514

Mount Pisgah, of Sutton, i. 424; iii. 373

"Pitch" defined, iii. 318-9; iv. 715

"Pitches" in Castleton, iii. 502-3

Plainfield, iv. 715²

Somerset, v. pt. 2, 529

Pitching for settlement in Brandon, iii. 429²-30

Pittsfield (Mass.), persons from, settle in Benson, iii. 408

persons from, settle in Ferrisburg, i. 32²

Pittsfield (Vt.), granted, 1781, iii. 935

hist. by Rev. W. R. Blossom, iii. 935-9

military hist., iii. 938

pioneers, iii. 935

settled 1786, iii. 935

town and other officers, iii. 936, 937²

Pittsford explored, 1730, iii. 939

granted, 1761, iii. 939²

hist. by A. M. Caverly, iii. 939-64

in the Revolution, iii. 942-3

military hist., iii: 952-4

physicians, iii. 949-50

pioneers, iii. 940²-2

proprietors' records, iii. 947

settled 1769, iii. 941

town and other officers, iii. 954

Plainfield, altitudes, iv. 713

Davis-Allen suit, 1799-1802, iv. 714-5

hist. by Dr. Dudley B. Smith, iv. 713-34

lawyers, iv. 725

location of pioneers, iv. 716-24

physicians, iv. 725

pioneers, iv. 715-25

settled, iv. 715²

surveyed, 1773, iv. 713²

town meetings, iv. 724²

town officers, iv. 730-1

vital records, iv. 730-1

Plan of Baum's positions, v. pt. 35, 18²

Planing machine, invented by Joseph Mott, ii. 493

Plattsburg battle, i. 676-81

cannons of, heard in Highgate, ii. 266

forces at, i. 107²

St. Albans service at, ii. 296²-7

Plot river of Shelburne, i. 875, 878

Pocock, original name of Bristol, i. 19

Ploughs, early made of cast iron in Guilford, v. pt. 3, 61²

Plumping mills for grinding corn, ii. 493; iv. 1019

Poems:

Advertisement, The Widower in Jail Exposed to Sale, by Samuel Stearns, v. pt. 2, 68

After the Crucifixion, by Mrs. F. E. Fisher, iv. 800²

Agriculture and Industry, by John White, jr., ii. 240

The American Hero, by Nathaniel Niles, ii. 911

Anahita, by William Morris Hunt, v. 140

Anniversary Ode, by Oliver Johnson, i. 374-5

Anniversary of Bennington Battle, by A. Selden, i. 181, 2d ed. 182

 

 

1068    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Poems: The Anniversary of the Assassination, by W. J. Baxter, iv. 192

The Apple Blossom, by Charles G. Eastman, iv. 510

Athenwood, by Julia Wallace, iv. 847-8

Atlantis on the Heiress, by Samuel L. Parsons, v. pt. 2, 303

Autumn, by Mrs. Mary A. Parker, ii. 669

The Autumn Days, by G. C. Aiken, v. pt. 3², 14

The Autumn Winds are Sighing, by Egbert Phelps, i. 62

The Autumnal Season, by James Elliot, v. pt. 3, 43

Away from Home, by Robert E. Maranville, iii. 545-6

A Ballad of Judgment and Mercy, by William C. Bradley, v. pt. 2, 595

Ballad on the Black Snake, i. 503-4

The Banks of Clyde, by N. Boynton, iii. 194

Baptismal Hymn, by Celestia  C. Stevens, iii. 209

A Bargain, by Sarah A. Boyce, iii. 667

The Battle of Bennington, by Dr. G. N. Brigham, iv. 189

by Alfred B. Street, v. pt. 3, 79-83

The Battle of Plattsburg, anon., ii. 352

by Charles G. Eastman, iv. 509

by Samuel Woodworth, iv. 12

Be Not Weary, by Emily R. Page, ii. 844

Bear Back the Dead, by Rev. Alva H. Roe, iii. 1008

The Beautiful Hills, by Daniel T. Taylor, iii. 544

Because He Came, by Addie F. Davis, v. pt. 2, 322

Beneficent Providence, by W. Walker, i. 117

Bennington Battle, by Edward H. Chapin, v. pt. 3, 78-9

Bereft, by M. L. Smith, iii. 386

The Blood Drops of Christ, by James D. Butler, iii. 1106

Birthday poem, by Thomas Rowley, i. 99

Bite Bigger Bill, by Lt. Hunting, i. 842

Bonnie June, by Mary Robinson, iii. 883

The Book of Human Life, by Jesse Walker, i. 118

Breathings from the South, by Susan E. Pierce, iii. 195

Buds and Blossoms, by Sabrina Baxter. iv. 193

Burlington, by Charles L. Heyde, i. 726

The Burning House, by Mr. Smith, iv. 779

Burning of the State House, by Joseph Wing, iv. 338

Bury Me Not in Funeral Array, by Mrs. L. S. Walker, i. 72

By-Gone Years, by Rev. Elnathan E. Higbee, i. 854

By-Gones, by Norman Wright, i. 843

By My Cottage Window Sitting, by Ellen E. Phillips, iii. 177

By the Connecticut, by A. A. Earle, iii. 388

Calais poems, by I. M. Dana, iv. 920-2

Call of the Politicians, by Addle F. Davis, v. pt. 2, 322

Celestialism, by Rev. William Ford, iii. 490²

Cemetery Dedication Hymn, by Rev. Charles L. Walker, iii. 962

A Century Old Story, by Mrs. Sarah V. Mansfield, iv. 764

Charles G. Eastman, by Joseph A. Wing, iv. 546

Christ on the Sea, by Daniel T. Taylor, iii. 544

Christian Fellowship, by Rev. William B. Mitchell, iii. 1097

Christina, by Rev. George L. Walker, iii. 962

Christmas, by Harriet A. Chapin, iii. 934

Christmas Eve, by Thomas Rowley, iii. 1094

Christmas Gifts, by Mrs. A. H. Bingham, iii. 493

Christmas Hymns, by A. A. Earle, iii. 389

Christ's Burial and Resurrection, by Susan S. Button, iii. 1187

The Chrysalis, by Chas. H. Congdon, iii. 670

The Clyde, by Franklin B. Gage, iii. 131

Church of the Hallig, by Mrs. George P. Marsh, i. 732

Contentment, by C. F. Pomeroy, i. 632

Country Life, by M. A. Simonds, i. 213, 2d ed. 212

Day, by Gen. John W. Phelps, v. pt. 3, 73

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1069

 

Poems: Dead Leaves, by S. E. Hall, i. 77

Death of the Young Volunteer, by F. O. Hodge, ii. 692

December at Underhill, by Gay H. Naramore, i. 889-90

Dedication Hymn, by Rev. John King Lord, iv. 396

Died in Hospital, by Mrs. S. A. Watson, ii. 364

The Dim Traditions, by Peter E. Pease, i. 747-9

Dirge, by S. N. Welch, i. 310

Dirge for the Indian of Cossack, by Edson Carolus Bailey, ii. 953

Disappointments, by R. F. Holley, i. 196

Don't Tell Me of Tomorrow, by H. C. Colby, i. 115

The Doomed Willow, by B. F. Gage, i. 412

The Dye Tub, by Daniel Parker, iv. 644

Dying Christian, by W. Marks, i. 221², 2d ed. 220

The Dying Christian's Adieu to Earth, by Rev. Elisha J. Scott, iv. 383

The Dying Student, by Emma Wood, v. pt. 3², 17

Early Rose Potatoes, by Mrs. A. E. Stanley, iii. 776

Earthly Friends in Heaven, by Dwight Bliss, iii. 1004

Echoes, by Asahel C. Kendrick, iii. 988

An Eclipse, by Mary Edgarton, iii. 882

Effusions of the Heart, by A. Selden, i. 181, 2d ed. 182

Elegy, extract from, by Clara H. Hosford, iii. 1211

Elegy on His Wife, by Thomas Rowley, i. 99

Elegy on Samuel Stratton, by Rev. Bunker Gay, v. pt. 2, 297

Emma Dean, by N. W. Bingham, iii. 263

The Enchanted Vale, by Dr. Fisk, i. 888

Enormous Head Dress, by Jabez Fitch, ii. 796

The Ephemera, by Lucelia Read, i. 886

Epigrams, by Thomas Rowley, i. 99

Evening at Fern Hill, by J. N. Pomeroy, i. 729

Ever Changing, by Mrs. Cornelia A. Van Vliet, i. 751

Extracts from Pluck, by John A. Wing, iv. 545

Fanum Laetitiae, by Gertrude I. Dexter, v. pt. 3, 25

Farewell, by Abbie Metcalf, iii. 281-2

by William Perrin, iv. 63

Farewell My Youth, by A. Burington, i. 309

Farewell, to Summer, by Rev. William Ford, iii. 490

Farewell to the Old Hemlock Tree, by Moses Cheney, i. 422-3

A Farewell to Vermont, by Mrs. Almira L. Phelps, v. pt. 3, 74

The Farmer, by Maria S. Ladd, ii. 586

The Farmer's Girl, by Isaac W. Sanborn, i. 356

Fashion, by Levi Allen, i. 573

Fight at "The Bars," Deerfield, Mass., by Mrs. Lucy T. Prince, v. pt. 3, 80

The First Flower of Spring, by Ziba W. Boyce, iv. 193

The First Sabbath, by Mrs. E. A. Severence, i. 93

The First Settler. by Charles G. Eastman, iv. 508-9

The Foot Bridge, by Maria S. Ladd, ii. 586

Forever With the Lord, by Martha A. Rood, ii. 217

Forgiveness, by F. O. Hodge, ii. 693

From Axel, by Mrs. George P. Marsh, i. 732

Frost and Sunshine, by F. Phelps, i. 62

Fugitive's Directory, by Samuel Goss, iv. 470

Funeral Dirge, by Selah Gridley, iii. 535

Funeral Hymn for Garfield, by Mrs. E. E. Yaw, iv. 734

The Garden of the Heart, by Mrs. E. A. Dana, iii. 463

The Gift, by Mrs. Sophia (Watrous) Bemis, iv. 12, 498

The Gloom of Autumn, by Selah Gridley, iii. 535

God Be With Thee, by Sarah S. Miles, ii. 693

Going to the Fair, by Dr. Cobb, i. 733

Golden Sands, by Lizzie Parmalee, iii. 964

The Golden Wedding. by Nancy T. Colamer, i. 886

by Mrs. M. R. H. Mason, iii. 568

 

 

1070                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Poems: Good-Bye, by Sarah E. Felton, ii. 232

by Jean Wells, i. 995

A Good Man Has Departed, by "Sarah Elizabeth," i. 410

Good Night, by Rev. J. H. Hopkins, i. 731

Grand Army Republic 's Response to Sumner 's Bill, by D. S. Stoddard, iv. 196

The Grass, by Stella Phelps(?), v. pt. 3, 47

The Grave of Allen, by Mary Hunton, i. 572

Grave of Burr, by J. S. Ford, i. 207, 2d ed. 206

The Green Mountains, by Rev. Bennett Eaton, ii. 162-3

Guardian Spirits, by Mrs, E. A. Dana, iii. 462-3

The Hand That Wrought With Mine, by Mrs. E. A. Dana, iii. 463

Hang Old John Brown, by Franklin B. Gage, iii. 131

A Happy Face, by J. C. Mansfield, v. pt. 2, 177

The Harvest Home, by Gen. F. W. Hopkins, iii. 1099

The Harvest Moon and Other Poems, by Dr. G. N. Brigham, iv. 12, 189

Haunted, by Emily R. Page, ii. 842

He Is Gone! by Mary Robinson, iii. 883

The Healing Waters, by F. W. Bartlett, iv. 698

Hebrew Poets, by Rev. John W. Carhart, iii. 490

Henry Clay, by Robert E. Maranville, iii. 546

Henry H. Vaughn, by Mrs. S. A. Nichols, iii. 668

Home, by J. W. Turner, v. pt. 2, 249

by Jesse Walker, i. 118

Home From the War, by Jason Kinsley, ii. 213

The House of Prayer Becomes a Den of Thieves, by Jabez Fitch, ii. 796

Household Band, by N. L. Butterfield, i. 247-8

How Did He Look When He Was Young, by Rev. O. G. Wheeler, i. 752

Hudson River Highlands, by T. S. Fay, i. 181, 2d ed. 182

Hymn, by Electa Bostwick, i. 810

by Charles G. Eastman, iv. 536

by Rev. O. G. Wheeler, i. 899

I Am Passing Though the Valley, by J. A. Porter, i. 335

I Sat, a Boy, on a Chieftain's Knee, i. 213, 2d ed. 212

I Think of Them Often, by A. P. Bliss, iii. 1005

I Would Not Forgot, by C. D. Noble, i. 62

The Imbecile, by Mrs. Sophia (Watrous) Bemis, iv. 498

Impromptu, by Mary W. Rice, i. 995

In Memoriam, by A. Burington, i. 309

by Julia C. R. Dorr, iii. 1103

by Clara H. Hosford, iii. 1209

by Mrs. Mary J. Perkins, iii. 386

In Times of Yore, by John White, jr., ii. 239

Indian Captive, by Zadock Steele, ii. 989

The Infidel and His Daughter, anon.,. i. 569

The Invalid's Request, by M. A. Dickerman, iii. 866

The Invalid's Welcome to Spring, by M. S. R. Young, i. 108

Ireland—Invocation to America, by Myron R. Hurlbut, ii. 545

Isidore, by William McLeod, iii. 1005

The Lake of the Clouds, by Cornelia J. Child, iv. 609

Jefferson Davis, by V. D. Rood, ii. 217

June, by S. H. Davis, i. 850

June Morning, by Mrs, M. E. Leavenworth, i. 810

Lament, by Oscar L. Shafter, v. pt. 2, 370

Lament for Dr. E. K. Kane, by Sarah A. Boyce, iii. 667

Lamentation, by William C. Bradley (?). iv. 572

Lamentation on Vt. Legislature 1826, iv. 572

The Last, by A. B. Foote, iii. 1108

The Last of Six, by Julia C. R. Dorr, iii. 1104

Laura's Lament for Her Niece, by Laura P. Smalley, iv. 1092

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1071

 

Poems: The Lawyer and Sawyer, by G. A. Smith, ii. 469-70

A Leap for Life, by Walter Colton, iii. 1097

Lillie and Isabel, by Alice B. Colburn, iii. 546

Lines, by Dr. L. C. Butler, i. 791

by P. Meeker, i. 231, 2d ed. 230

by Julia C. Smalley, iv. 1093

Lines Addressed to a Gentleman Made Blind By Sickness, iii. 89

Lines on a Contest Betwixt Whelp and Hog, iii. 748

Lines on a Young Lady Embarking for a Sea Voyage, by Josias L. Arnold, i. 398

Lines on My Fiftieth Birthday, by O. A. Bowe, iii. 1206

Lines on the Death of a Father, by Elizabeth Peck, v. pt. 3, 47

Lines to the Friends of Fred McIntire, by J. E. Willard, v. pt. 34, 22

A Link With the Past, by Addie F. Davis, v. pt. 2, 322

Little Ben, by Sarah B. Mansfield, iv. 192

Little Children, by Dwight S. Bliss, iii. 1004

Little Eva, by D. G. Dexter, v. pt. 3³, 26

Little Katie, by Olive E. P. Thomas, iii. 963

by E. R Towle, ii. 232

Little Household Pet, by Mrs. Emily J. Colby, v. pt. 34, 53

Little Nora to Her Mother, by H. A. Scott, ii. 679

Little Things, by Rev. Uzziah C. Burnap, v. pt. 3², 15

The Lone Indian, by Harriet E. Bishop, i. 84-5

The Lost Child, by T. McKnight, iii. 336-7

Love's Anniversary, iii. 89

Mabel, by Emily R. Page, ii. 843-4

Mad Math, by Laura Hearton, iii. 264

The Maniac's Prayer, by Mrs. Roena Mason, iii. 569

Mansfield, by Gay H. Naramore, i. 889

Mansfield Mountain, by Mrs. Churchill, iv. 172

Mary's Grave, by F. C. Harrington, iii. 132, 390

May Day Song, by Marion H. Roe, iii. 1008

May-Blooms, by Mary Robinson, iii. 882

Mayflower, by Philip Battell, i. 92

Meditations in a Cemetery, by Rev. H. H. Saunderson, iii. 1188

Meditation on the Death of his Wife, by Thomas Rowley, iii. 646

Memorial, by Mrs, Irene D. Dwinell, iv. 922

Memories, by Mrs, M. S. Beattie, i. 386

by M. Hawley, i. 109

Memory's Dream of the Dead, by Mrs. M. M. Johnson, i. 966

Missing, by Mrs. Ellen F. Collins Blodgett, i. 732

Monkton Cannon, by Ebenezer Finney, i. 66

Moonbeam, by Gen. John W. Phelps, v. pt. 3, 74

Morning in the Valley of Castleton, by James Hope, iii. 538

The Moss-Covered Trough, by S. Minerva Boyce, iv. 193

Mother and Babe, by Mary Robinson, iii. 934

Mount Algonquin, by D. C. Geer, iv. 810

My Best Friend, by Charles Thompson, iii. 264

My Child, by L. S. Walker, i. 48

My Childhood Home, by B. Wallace Hight, iii. 62

My Early Home, by Sarah T. Landon, i. 196

My Father and His Old Meeting House, by Eliza D. W. Parson, i. 1025

My First Love and My Last, by Walter Colton, iii. 1098

My Jenny Bay, by N. W. Bingham, iii. 263

My Lady Wept for Me, by Norman Wright, i. 843

My Mother Died, by J, F. Mobbs, i, 88

My Mother's Tray, by Carrie E. Greenslit, iv. 811

My Mountain Home, by A. S. Baker, iii. 669

by C. L. Smith, i. 119

My Native State, by O. W. Turner, i. 981

My Own Green Mountain Home, by Alma Ballou, iii. 1186

 

 

1072    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Poems: My Rose for Thee, by Nancie W. Barber, iii. 778

Nathan Rowley's Tax List for the Year 1795, by Thomas Rowley, iii. 645

Nearer Home, by Abbie Metcalf, iii. 282

The Neglected Bible, by Mrs. Celia Brigham, iv. 191

Never Too Late to Mend, by John G. Saxe, ii. 275

New England, by Gen. John W. Phelps, v. pt. 3, 47

The New Year's Prayer, by D. G. Dexter, v. pt. 3³, 24

Night, by Gen. John W. Phelps, v. pt. 3, 74

No Discord, by S. H. Davis, i. 850

No More a "Flaunting Lie," by Myron B. Hurlbut, ii. 545

No Rose Without Thorns, by Jennie B. Lowell, i. 23

Nora, Blossom of the May, by A. Webster, iv. 768

Not Yet, by Chas. H. Congdon, iii. 669

Nothing Left Undone, by Mrs. Alma Vaughn, iv. 250

Observation to a Whail, by Julia Pepper, i. 751

October, by Rev. William Ford, iii. 491

Ode, by A. C. Lynch Botta, i. 181, 2d ed. 183

by Byron Sunderland, i. 103

Ode for Independence, by John White, jr., ii. 239

Ode Occasioned by Death of George Washington, by Samuel Goss, iv. 469

Ode to Equality, by James Elliot, v. pt. 3, 43

An Ode Written on the Banks of the Passumpsic, i. 399

Of Love and Wine, by Charles G. Eastman, iv. 509

An Offering, by Mrs. S. B. Herrick, i. 791

The Old Bridge, by Emily R. Page, ii. 843

The Old Drum, by Selah Gridley, iii. 535

The Old Fifer, by Dr. N. W. Gilbert, iv. 710

The Old School-House, by Delia L. Hosford, i. 749

The Old Settler's Family Gathering, by C. W. Willard, v. pt. 34, 11-12, 55

The Old Squire, by George B. Bartlett, v. pt. 2, 114

On Death, by E. Higley, iii. 536

On Predestination, by Thomas Rowley, iii. 645

On Receiving the Gift of a Tuberose, by Charlotte V. Fay, ii. 263-4

On Safety, by E. Higley, iii. 536

On the Banks of the Otter, by Mrs. F. L. D. Conger, iii. 1188

On the Death of Dr. John Fox, by A. S. Baker, iii. 669

On the Shore, by Mrs. Maria M. Johnson(?), i. 966

Only a Little While, by Mrs. Laura Boyce, iv. 187

Ordination Hymn, by William C. Bradley, v. pt. 2, 609-10

Our Ancestral Dead, by Mrs. L. Sulloway, v. pt. 34, 12

Our Christmas Tree at the Church, by Mrs. Alma Vaughn, iv. 250

Our Country, by Jesse Walker, i. 118

Our Darling, by A. A. Earle, iii. 388

Our Darling Sleeps, by A. A. Earle, iii. 389

Our National Flag, by W. Gibbs, i. 900

Our Own Green Hills, by Hannah G. Luce, iv. 855

Our Poetical Favorites, by Asahel C. Kendrick, iii. 988

Our Powers, by Andrew J. Hyde, iii. 71

Our Stephen, by A. B. Foote, iii. 1108

Out in the Cold, anon., ii. 367

The Oyster Supper, by Rev. O. G. Wheeler, ii. 578

Past and Present, by James Hope, iii. 538

Perfect through Suffering, by Rev. William Ford, iii. 492

Pictures of Character, by Carlos Wilcox, i. 75

Pilgrim's Thanksgiving, by S. Olin, i. 48

The Plaint of the Cypress-Tree, by Mrs. Helen L. Warner, ii. 570

Pleasures of Association, by G. C. Lane, i. 115

The Pleasures of Memory, by Clara P. Joslyn, iii. 375

Poem on Happiness, by J. N. Pomeroy, i. 728

Poem on Time, by J. S. Spencer, i. 225, 2d ed. 224

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1073

 

Poems: Poems, by J. Wheeler Turner, v. pt. 2, 249

The Poet of Highgate, by Mrs. M. E. W. Skeels, ii. 273

Prayer, by A. H. Baker, ii. 465-6

by Mrs. M. R. H. Mason, iii. 569

Prayer in Sickness, by Mrs. A. H. Bingham, iii. 492

Purer Than Snow, by Charles G. Eastman, iv. 509

Putney West Hill, by J. W. Turner, v. pt. 2, 249

The Quaker Girl, by Mrs. H. M. Crapo, iii. 669

The Railroad Song, by Gen. Clarke, iv. 662

The Rain, by Mrs. D. T. Smith, iv. 193

The Red Vapor, by Frederic A. Gage, iii. 130

Reflections, by Selah Gridley, iii. 536

by Thomas Rowley, i. 99

Reflections on a Deserted Ware House, by B. J. Kennedy, i. 487

Reflections on the Rapidity of Time, by Thomas Rowley, iii. 645

Resignation, by Amy R. Himes, ii. 232

Rest, by Mrs. D. M. F. Walker, i. 23

Rest in Heaven, by M. S. Robbins, i. 44

Reverie, by Nelson Fairchild, ii. 253

A Reverie, by Delia L. Hosford, i. 750

Revolutionary War, by Charles G. Eastman, v. pt. 2, 561

A Rhyming Letter, by Rev. S. H. Tupper, i. 747

The Rich and Poor Man's Son, by N. Boynton, iii. 194

The Right Shall Triumph, by Alson Woodward, ii. 569

The Rights of Youth, by William C. Bradley, v. pt. 2, 593

Rob Anderson, My Jo, by William C. Bradley, v. pt. 2, 611

Rock Me to Sleep, by Addie F. Davis, v. pt. 2, 322

Rock Point, by Charles L. Heyde, i. 726-7

Roses, by Charlotte B. Fay, ii. 363

Rural Sketch, by M. B. Cole, i. 229

Rutland Song, by Thomas Rowley, iii. 1093

Sabbath Morning, by W. J. Malby, i. 196

Sadness and Joy, by Rev. John Goadley, iii. 1005

St. Domingo Indian Dirge, by Mrs. Anne Warren, iii. 1188

Salvation Comes, by Rev. J. H. Hopkins, i. 731

Scene of Our Youth, by Philip Battell, i. 92

September Sunset, by Mrs. Mary E. Davis, iv. 923

A Sermon in Flowers, by Addie F. Davis, v. pt. 2, 322

Seven Wonders of Geology, by Miss D. W. Godding, i. 312

Sewing Circle Song, by Marion H. Roe, iii. 1008

The Sirens, by Rev. F. W. Shelton, iv. 421

The Skeptic to His Soul, by Rev. F. W. Shelton, iv. 420

Sleep, by John G. Saxe, ii. 275

Smile, Weep, Pray, by H. R. Whitney, ii. 383

Soldier Boy to His Green Mountain Mary, by Rev. F. W. Shelton, iv. 421

Soldier Guy, by V. D. Rood, ii. 216-7

Some Day, by M. M. N., iv. 868

Something New, by Susannah S. Burt, i. 356

Song, by E. D. Barber, i. 56

by G. N. Brigham, iv. 538

Song of Our Home, by Mrs. Mary Rockwell, i. 31

Song of Peace, by Marion H. Roe, iii. 1008

Song of the Invalid, by Carrie S. Gibson, i. 386

Song of the Dying Year, by Josephine M. Sweet, iv. 572

Son of the Hyacinth, by Dr. G. N. Brigham, iv. 538

Song to the Emigrant, by Mrs. H. M. Crapo, iii. 668

Sonnet, by O. A. Bowe, iii. 1206

by Elisha A. Brigham, iv. 192

A Sonnet, by Lt. Hunting, i. 842

The Spring Already Has Appeared, by C. R. Cook, i. 18

 

 

1074    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Poems: Spring, And We Never, Never More Shall Hear, by Elizabeth Allen, iii. 176

Spring in Castleton, by Robert E. Maranville, iii. 545

The Star of Nations, by Mrs. Julia Hutchins, iv. 872

The Stepmother, by Clark Stevens, iv. 586

Sunlight on the Mountains, by Susan S. Button, iii. 1186

Sunny Hours, by Rev. John W. Carhart, iii. 490

Sunset on Champlain, by Mrs. Jennie L. Leavenworth, i. 750

by Mrs. C. E. Doolittle, i. 727

Sunshine Will Follow the Rain, by Mrs. Alma Vaughn, iv. 250

Sweet Home of My Childhood, by B. A. Webster, i. 108

Sweetly She Sleeps, by Charles G. Eastman, iv. 506

Take Me Home, by A. McCannon, i. 48

A Tear, by H. R. Whitney, ii. 383

Ten Thousand Slain, by Franklin B. Gage, iii. 131

Their Grandsire, by L. C. Thorn, i. 15

There Are Memories, by Mrs. M. H. Case, i. 22

The Thirst of Man for Immortality, by Rev. J. H. Hopkins, i. 731

Though Fortune Now May Darkly Frown, by J. A. Barber, i. 77

A Thought, by Mrs. H. C. Pitkin, iv. 218

Thoughts About Castleton, by Nathaniel Hoyt, iii. 536

The Three Brothers, by Levi Allen, i. 573-4

Threescore Years, by Mrs. E. A. Dana, iii. 461-2

Thy Will Be Done, by Mrs. E. D. Gray, iv. 911

To a Little Daughter on Her Birthday, by Rev. William Ford, iii. 491

To a Lump of Northern Ice, by Charlotte Fay, ii. 362

To Robin, by Julia W. Hutchins, iv. 914

To an Autumn Bough, by Theoda P. Howe, iv. 697

To an Unseen Angel, by Mrs. Celia Brigham, iv. 191

To Be, by L. H. Thomas, i. 23

To E____, by Charles Linsley, i. 30

To France, by H. B. Spofford, iii. 575

To Jane, by Rufus W. Griswold, iii. 428

To Mattie, by E. Summers Dana, i. 31

To Mother, by Rev. Bennett Eaton, ii. 163-5

To My Angel Child, by Cassius A. Castle, i. 731

To My Cousin Jack, by E. J. Phelps, i. 61

To My Daughter Jessie, by James Hope, iii. 538

To My Dog Jowler, by J. Dorr Bradley, v. 137

To My Friend in Affliction, by Julia C. Smalley, iv. 1093

To My Grandfather, by Mrs. Celia B. Brigham, iv. 608

To My Mother, by Mrs. E. A. Dana, iii. 462

To My Old Boots, by H. D. Hopkins, iv. 572

To My Sleeping Babe, by Mrs. Celia Brigham, iv. 191

To My Weeping Willow, anon., iii. 89

To My Wife, by James D. Butler, iii. 1107

To the Departed, by Mrs. F. L. D. Conger, iii. 1187

To the Green Mountains, by Cassius A. Castle, i. 730

To the Itinerant's Wife, by Mrs. H. C. Pitkin, iv. 218

To the Memory of Col. Blodgett, by James O. Grady, i. 940

To the Old Church in West Glover, by Frederick P. Cheney, iii. 209

To the Sky, anon., iii. 89

To Young Ladies, by Mrs. A. H. Bingham, iii. 493

Trust in God, by Rufus Weeks, i. 115

The Two Angels, by Ellen E. Phillips, iii. 177

The Two Crowns, by Fanny W. Nutt, iv. 380

The Two Homes, by Marion H. Roe, iii. 1007

Under the Apple Boughs, by Edna M. Snows, iv. 923

The Utmost Stretch of the Moral Muse, With Her Mistake, by James Blodgett, ii. 1017

United States, by S. H. Tupper, i. 35

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1075

 

Poems: Vanity of Life, by Horace Wilcox, i. 75

Vermont, by Julia C. R. Dorr, v. pt. 3, 74; v. pt. 35, 105-8

by E. H. Phelps, i. 76-7

by Mrs. Olive E. P. Thomas, iii. 962

Vermont Camp Song, by Mrs. D. Gilbert Dexter, v. pt. 3, 25

Vermont in the Revolution, by Dr. N. W. Gilbert, iv. 704

Vermont, the Star That Never Sets, by Mrs. S. B. Herrick, i. 900

The Vermont Volunteer, by Julia C. R. Dorr, iii. 1102

by Rev. William Ford, iii. 492

by Heman L. P. Moon, iii. 384

by Theodore A. Thomas, iv. 502

Vermont Volunteers, by Rev. Daniel T. Taylor, iii. 542-4

Vermont's Volunteers, by Clara H. Hosford, iii. 1209

Verses by A. G. Allen, i. 42

by Rosetta H. Allyn, iii. 390

by N. W. Bingham, i. 958

by Sarah A. Bingham, ii. 361

by James Cowen, i. 37

by Samuel Damon, i. 87

by Joshua M. Dana, iv. 883

on Capt. John Barnes, i. 410

to John M. Darling, i. 981

by D. Gilbert Dexter, v. pt. 3³, 26

by Amos Eastman, i. 22

by James S. Hight, iii. 63

by Mary A. (Straw) Jenney, ii. 706

by Eliphalet Johnson, v. 117-8

by James Johns, i. 826

by Mary J. Laughlin, i. 386

by Mrs. Stephen Pitkin, iv. 211

by William Rogers, ii. 288

by Thomas Rowley, i. 926; iii. 585, 1163

by I. S. Spencer, i. 229, 2d ed. 228

by Joseph D. Tyler, v. 106

by Royall Tyler, v. 83-5

by Mrs. Helen L. Warner, ii. 566

by Rev. O. G. Wheeler, i. 751, 899

by Lucy B. Wood, v. pt. 3², 19

Verses for a Marriage Ceremony, by Dr. Cyrus Washburn, v. pt. 2, 282-3

on a Watch, by William C. Bradley, v. pt. 2, 610

on Clarendon's Heroes, iii. 560

on Green Mount Cemetery, iv. 539

on Maj. Edward Dillingham, by J. A. Wing, iv. 866

on Rev. David Goodwillie, by Mary J. Laughlin, i. 386

on Revolutionary Soldiers in Danby, iii. 653

on Shelburne Battle, i. 878

on the Village Sexton, iv. 475

to His Wife, by Charles G. Eastman, iv. 506

The Victory of Lake Champlain, by N. H. Wright, i. 60

The Village Doctor, by Samuel S. Luce, iv. 855

The Violet, by Elizabeth P. Ranger, v. pt. 3, 80

The Voice of the Invalid, by Edson C. Bailey, ii. 953

The Voices of the Night, by Mrs. A. M. Phillips, v. pt. 33, 24

A Wail, by Joseph A. Wing, iv. 545

The Wanderer's Lost Song, by Mrs. H. M. Crapo, iii. 668

The Watcher of the Falling Leaf, by Abbie Metcalf, iii. 282

Weary Not, by Susannah S. Burt, i. 356

What Is It to be Happy, by Elizabeth Peck, v. pt. 3, 80

What Shall We Do? by Joseph A. Wing, iv. 545

What They Do at the Springs, by J. G. Saxe, ii. 274

The Wheat and the Tares, by Rev. William Farwell, iv. 919

 

 

1076    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Poems: When I Mean to Marry, by John G. Saxe, ii. 274

When I Would Die, by Olive E. P. Thomas, iii. 963

Where? by Carrie S. Gibson, i. 386

Where Is My Child Tonight? by Emily J. Colby, v. pt. 34, 53

Which Is Best? by Louis McDonald, i. 62

The Whip-Poor-Will, by Mrs. F. L. D. Conger, iii. 1187

The White Cross Banner, by Maj. R. B. Crandall, iv. 920

The White Dove, by F. O. Hodge, ii. 693

The Wicket Gate, by Julia A. Eastman, i. 320

Winnie, by H. A. Burington, i. 309

The Withered Rose Bud, by Clara H. Hosford, iii. 1209

The Wounded Vulture, by A. C. L. Botta, i. 181, 2d ed. 183

The Wyandot's Farewell, by J. Worth, i. 105

Yankee Characteristics, by M. B. Rugg, iv. 1128

The Yankee on the War, by J. S. D. Taylor, ii. 355-60

Ye Sons of Freedom, by A. A. Forbes, i. 826

Zephyr and Maiden, by M. Beebe, i. 230, 2d ed. 228

Poetry, by Rev. C. W. Walker, i. 22²

Point a la Chevelure, in Addison, French fort at, 1730, i. 2²

settlement, 1749, i. 3

see also Chimney Point

Point Algonquin, French name for Alburg, ii. 487²

Point au Fer, ii. 490 and note

Point du Detour in Alburg, ii. 488²

Point Henry, see Port Henry

Political parties in Pawlet, iii. 881²

in Vermont, ii. 326²

Political strife in Chittenden co., 1810-12, i. 468-9

Politics in Bakersfield, ii. 107

Pomeroy's island, v. pt. 2, 278²

Pompanoosuc river, Thetford, ii. 1091²

Ponds of Berlin, iv. 72-3

Brookfield, ii. 855

Brunswick, i. 964

Cabot, iv. 88², 128

Caledonia co., i. 262²

Fairlee, ii. 892²

Franklin, ii. 221, 224

Groton, iv. 1146

Lamoille co., ii. 587²-8

Marshfield, iv. 202²

Stratton, v. pt. 2, 519

Sutton, v. pt. 34, 25²

Thetford, ii. 1096²

Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 686²

Williamstown, ii. 1139²

Pondville, origin of name, v. pt. 2, 729

Poor farm, of Bradford, ii. 818

of Castleton, iii. 516

Poor family, of Worcester, refused domicile in Middlesex, iv. 234-5

Poor house to be secured in Calais, iv. 135

Popasquash Island, ii. 289²

Popoquamanee-tuk, Indian name of Au Sable, i. 32 note

Porcelain shade lamp, invented by Warren Fish, v. pt. 2, 421²

Port Henry (N. Y.), i. 8

Portland & Ogdensburg R. R., see Lamoille Valley R. R.

Portraits:—Samuel Adams, of Grand Isle, eng'd by J C. Buttre, ii. facing p. 554

Ira Allen, eng'd by A. H. Ritchie, sc., in unbound nos. of vol. i. this port. occurs as 1st frontispiece of nos. 7-11. Note:—Some copies have this port. in v. pt. 2, facing p. 534

Ira Hayden Allen, eng'd by J. C. Buttre, iii. facing p 257

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1077

 

Portraits: Hiram Atkins, iv. facing p. 310

Capt. Jesse Averill, iv. 671 (wood cut in text)

J. Warren Bailey, by Forbes co. Bost., iv. facing p. 287

Daniel Baldwin, by Bufford Lith. Boston, iv. facing p. 516

Aaron Bancroft, (found only in dealers' copy), iv. facing p. 475; see iv. 591

Dr. Carlos Bancroft, iv. facing p. 280

Col. E. L. Barney, iv. facing p. 1125

George Barney, iv. facing p. 989

Portus Baxter, photo by John Galdin, eng 'd by J. C. Buttre, iii. facing p. 193

E. E. Belding, v. pt. 2, facing p. 310

Dr. S. M. Blake, v. pt. 2, facing p. 505

C. W. Blandin, v. pt. 2, facing p. 377, full p. woodcut

Col. Levi Boutwell, iv. facing p. 494

P. D. Bradford, iv. facing p. 637

Jonathan Dorr Bradley, by Bufford, v. facing p. 136, usually lacking

Stephen R. Bradley, v. pt. 2, facing p. 561, full p. woodcut

William C. Bradley, v. pt. 2, facing p. 593, full p. woodcut

Lewis Joseph Bridgeman, iv. 363, woodcut in text

G. V. Brigham, by Galaxy Pub. co., Phila., iv. facing p. 189

Rev. Elisha Brown, iv. facing p. 498

John Burnham, by H. B. Hall & Sons, v. facing p. 128

Dr. Daniel Campbell, eng'd by H. B. Hall's Sons, v. pt. 2, facing p. 506

Maj. Alfred L. Carlton, iv. facing p. 500

H. Carpenter, iv. 709, woodcut in text

Clark H. Chapman, v. pt. 3², facing p. 25

Dr. Charles Clarke, iv. facing p. 278

Stoddard B. Colby, iv. facing p. 468

M. Cottrill, iv. facing p. 262

Mrs. Mahlon Cottrill, iv. facing p. 520

Luther Cross, iv. facing p. 515

Hiram A. Cutting, printed by Metropolitan Pub. & Eng. co., Boston, v. pt. 2, facing p. 730

John M. Darling, i. facing p. 969

Gen. Parley Davis, not found, see iv. 591

Julius Y. Dewey, by Forbes co., Boston, iv. facing p. 478

Paul Dillingham, iv. frontispiece

Eben H. Dorman, iv. facing p. 1080

Lorenzo Dow, iv. 360, woodcut in text

Peggy Dow, iv. 361, woodcut in text

Joseph Duncan, by Belknap, not found, see v. pt. 2, 216²

Alonzo Dutton, by Bufford, Boston, v. pt. 2, facing p. 42, see v. pt. 2, 216²

Charles G. Eastman, by F. T. Stuart, Boston, J. H. Daniels, printer, iv. facing p. 506

George F. Edmunds, v. pt. 35, facing p. 52

Jacob Estey, by Van Slyck & co., Boston, v. facing p. 142

Erastus Fairbanks, eng'd by A. H. Ritchie, i. facing p. 341

Rev. John A. Farnsworth, eng'd by H. B. Hall's Sons, v. pt. 2, facing p. 510

V. S. Ferris, iv. facing 1048, see iv. 1144

George M. Fisk, iv. 696, woodcut in text

Levi K. Fuller, v. facing p. 144

Marcus Gilman, iv. facing p. 558

Martin H. Goddard, v. pt. 3, facing p. 80

Francis Goodhue, by Bufford, v. facing p. 119

William H. Greenwood, by J. A. J. Wilcox, Boston, v. pt. 2, facing p. 198, listed in v. pt. 2, 216²

John Gregory, iv. 686, woodcut in text

George M. Hall, iv. facing p. 1137

 

 

1078    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Portraits: Gov. Hiland Hall, eng'd by A. H. Richie, i. facing p. 121; Note: some sets have a second copy of this port. in v. pt. 35, variously placed

Homer W. Heaton, iv. facing p. 356

Abby Maria Hemenway, by Beacon Lith. co., Boston, v. frontispiece

Gen. A. Harleigh Hill, found only in dealers' set iv. facing p. 984

Sally Morse Hill, V. L. Chandler sc. found only in dealers' set, iv. facing p. 985

Theophilus Hoit, by H. B. Hall's Sons, v. pt. 2, facing p. 513

Henry D. Holton, by Charles Robson, v. facing p. 166

Lt. Gov. Jonathan Hunt, v. pt. 2, facing p. 288

B. W. Hyde, iv. facing p. 487

Gen. Alonzo Jackman, iv. 691, woodcut in text

Col, Albert B. Jewett, iv. facing p. 1061

Elisha P. Jewett, iv. facing p. 484

Capt. Nathan Jewett, iv. facing p. 483

Rawsel R. Keith, iv. facing p. 510

A. Keyes, by Bufford, Boston, found only in dealers' set, v. 134

Nathaniel C. King, iv, facing p. 582

Hon. Asa Knight, by L. W. Miller, 1883, v. pt. 2, facing p. 141, full p. woodcut

Esther (Farr) Knight, by Belknap, by Beacon Lith. co., Boston, v. pt. 2, facing p. 138

Joel Knight, by Belknap, Beacon Lith. co., Boston, v. pt. 2, facing p. 137

Joel Knight, jr., by Beacon Lith. co., Boston, v. pt. 2, facing p. 140

Susan Miller Knight, v. pt. 2, facing p. 144, full p. woodcut

George Langdon, by Forbes co., Boston, iv. facing p. 502

James H. Langdon, iv. following p. 435

James R. Langdon, iv. facing p. 544

Mrs. James H. Langdon, iv. fronting p. 434, see iv. 591

J. L. Lee, v. pt. 2, facing p. 316

Rev. William H. Lord, iv. facing p. 392

Asa Lyon, of South Hero, eng'd by T. C. Buttre, ii. facing p. 473

David L. Mansfield, by Bufford, Boston, v. pt. 2, facing p. 1

Col. Z. M. Mansur, v. pt. 35, facing p. 62

Gov. John Mattocks, eng'd by A. H. Ritchie, i. facing p. 241

Hon. Larkin G. Mead, v. facing p. 151, rarely found

Larkin G. Mead, jr. (the artist), by Bufford, Boston, v. facing p. 152, rarely found

Asa Miller, not found listed in v. pt. 2, 216²

Capt. Isaac Miller, from a pen and ink sketch from life, by L. W. Miller, del. 1882, v. pt. 2, facing p. 129, full p. woodcut

Joseph Miller, by Bufford, v. pt. 2, facing p. 135

William O. Miller, by Bufford, Boston, v. pt. 2, facing p. 134

Justin S. Morrill v. pt. 35, facing p. 76

George Nichols, iv. 687, woodcut in text

A. F. Nines, by Bufford, Boston, v. facing p. 132; found only in dealer's set

Gov. Ebenezer Jolls Ormsbee, v. pt. 35, facing p. 62, full p. woodcut

Gov. Carroll S. Page, eng'd by J. H. Daniels & Son, v. frontispiece

Hon. John A. Page, iv. facing p. 548

Gov. Charles Paine, iv. 661, woodcut in text

Gov. Asahel Peck, iv. facing p. 496

Lucius B. Peck, iv. facing p. 463

George Perry, by H. B. Hall's Sons, v. pt. 2, facing p. 514

Rev. John B. Perry, iv. facing p. 933

Gen. Perley P. Pitkin, iv. facing p. 554

Hon. Frank Plumley, iv. 689, woodcut in text

Hon. Joseph Poland, iv. facing p. 556

Dr. Benjamin Porter, iv. 672, woodcut in text

W. W. Porter, found only in dealers' copy, iv. facing p. 187

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1079

 

Portraits: Samuel Prentiss, by G. Batner, sc. iv. facing p. 447

Dr. Sumner Putnam, iv. facing p. 480

Timothy P. Redfield, by Forbes co., Boston, iv. facing p. 540

Charles Reed, by Bufford's Lith. iv. facing p. 513

Anna Miller Rice, by L. W. Miller, 1883, v. pt. 2, between pp. 96 and 97, full p. woodcut, listed in v. pt. 2, 216²

Clark Rice, by L. W. Miller, 1883, v. pt. 2, facing p. 97, full p. woodcut, listed in v. pt. 2, 216²

Elijah Rice, by L. W. Miller, 1883, v. pt. 2, between pp. 96 and 97, full p. woodcut, listed in v. pt. 2, 216²

Maj. Gen, Israel B. Richardson, eng'd by J. C. Buttre, ii. facing p. 187

Hon. Roderick Richardson, by F. T. Stuart, Boston, iv. facing p. 546

Hon. Moses Robinson, of Northfield, iv. 670, woodcut in text

Benjamin A. Scofield, by H. B. Hall's Sons, v. pt. 2, facing p. 517

Epaphro Seymour, by Bufford, v. facing p. 121, usually lacking

Rev. Frederick W Shelton, iv. facing p. 419

Jonathan Shepard, iv. facing p. 477

Gov. William Slade, i. frontispiece

I. (Gov. Israel?) Smith, eng'd by J. C. Buttre, ii. facing p. 89

J. Gregory Smith, eng'd by J. C. Buttre, ii. facing p. 289

Maj. Gen. William F. Smith, photo by Brady, eng'd by J. C. Buttre, ii. facing p. 384

Maj. Gen. George J. Stannard, photo by Styles, eng'd by E. Halpin, pub. by Jno. B. Batchelder, ii. facing p. 385

Gen. John Stark, v. pt. 35, facing p. 80; see acknowledgment of Stark portrait in v. pt. 35, 108²

Edwin A. Stebbins, v. pt. 2, facing p. 395

Clark Stevens, iv. facing p. 580

Constant W. Storrs, iv. facing p. 391

Ensign Samuel Stratton, v. pt. 2. facing p. 330

Hon. A. N. Swain, v. pt. 2, facing p. 507

Rev. Zadock Thompson, eng 'd by J. C. Buttre, ii. 1st frontispiece

Sarah Upham, by Forbes co., iv. facing p. 456

Hon. William Upham, by Forbes co., Boston, iv. facing p. 454

C. P. Van Ness, eng 'd by A. H. Ritchie, i. facing p. 441

Hon. Eliakim P. Walton, iv. facing p. 543

Ezekiel P. Walton, iv. facing p. 442

Prussia Walton, iv. facing p. 445

Dr. Cyrus Washburn, v. pt. 2, facing p. 280

Hon. William W. Wells, iv. facing p. 852

Col. Asa Wentworth, v. pt. 2, facing p. 515

Rev. Pliny H. White, photo by F. B. Gage, eng'd by J. C. Buttre, iii. frontispiece

Addison Whithed, v. pt. 2, facing p. 336

Marshall Whithed, v. pt. 2, facing p. 332

R. H. Whittier, iv. facing P. 335

Hon. Charles W. Willard, iv. facing p. 492

J. E. Willard, v. pt. 34, facing p.

Rosanna Miller Williams, v. pt. 2, p. 144, full p. woodcut, listed in v. pt. 2, 216²

Rev. Joel Winch, iv. 683, woodcut in text

Joseph A. Wing, iv. facing p. 358

John Wood, by T. W. Wood, iv. facing p. 519, rarely found

Zenas Wood, iv. facing p. 550

Rev. Jonathan Woodman, v. pt. 34, facing p 49

J. Edson Worden, by Bufford, Boston, v. pt. 2, facing p. 165, unually lacking, listed in v. pt. 2, 216²

Rev. Chester Wright, iv. facing p. 388

list of, and donors in History of Montpelier, iv. 591-2

several found in the Vt. State House and in the Vt. hist. soc., iv. 325²

list of, in Dummerston history, v. pt. 2, 216

 

 

1080    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Portraits: list of, in History of Swanton, iv. 1144

in History of Westminster, v. pt. 2, 670

Postage stamps, v. 190

Postmaster General of Vt., Anthony Haswell, i. 176², 2d ed. 178; iii. 977

Postmasters, of Newfane, v. pt. 2, 728

of Stowe, ii. 700

Swanton, iv. 1187

Thetford, ii. 1098

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 626

Williamstown, ii. 1149²

Postmasters' fees, at Plainfield, 1823, iv. 730

Postoffice, in Barre, iv. 32²

Bennington, one of first five in state, v. pt. 35, 30, 32-40

Brattleboro, v. 36

one of first five in state, v. pt. 35, 30

Brookline, v. pt. 2, 383

Cabot, iv. 91-3

Calais, iv. 171

Clarendon, iii. 552²

Corinth, ii. 882

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 164-5

Enosburg, ii. 134

Fairlee, ii. 905

Grand Isle, ii. 528

Londonderry, v. pt. 3¹, 28-9

Middlebury, 1793, i. 53

Montpelier, iv. 307²

Morgan, iii. 285

Newbury, one of first five in state, v. pt. 35, 30

Newfane, v. pt. 2, 726, 729

Rutland, one of first five in state, v. pt. 35, 30

Salisbury, i. 90

Somerset, 1870, v. pt. 2, 530

Westfield, iii. 350²

Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 706-7

Windham, v. pt. 3², 11-12

Windsor, one of the first five in state, v. pt. 35, 30

Worcester, iv. 891

Postoffices, in Caledonia co., i. 270

first five in Vt., i. 176², 2d ed. 178; v. pt. 35, 30

Post rider, in Northfield, iv. 616

Post riders, from Fair Haven, iii. 694

pay, v. pt. 35, 30

Post route, in Cabot, iv. 92²

Calais, iv. 143

Chelsea, ii. 870

Fairfax, from Danville to St. Albans, ii. 174²

Montpelier, iv. 494

Plainfield, 1808, iv. 729²

Roxbury, iv. 749

Post routes, in Missisco valley, iii. 325

in Western Vermont, iii. 977

to St. Johnsbury, i. 400²

Potash bay, i. 4

Potash industry, i. 304; iv. 1023-4

in Franklin co., ii. 343

Potato Hill, of Warren, iv. 810

Pothole, in Stratton, v. pt. 2, 520

Poton, see Potton, P. Q.

Potter's Island, in Lake Champlain, ii. 289²

Pottery clay, in Westminster, v. pt. 2, 562

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1081

 

Pottery manufacture, in Bennington, i. 138², 2d ed. 141

Burlington, i. 515

Pottier's Point, in Shelburne, i. 456, 877²

Potton, P. Q. settlers enter, iii. 314

Poultney, centennial, iii. 967²

gave 100 acres to Seth Warner, i. 233²

granted, iii. 995

grantees, iii. 997

hist. by Elias Ashley, iii. 964-1008

in War of 1812, iii. 981

pioneers, iii. 964-5, 970-1

proprietors' record, iii. 969²

settled, 1771, iii. 964, 970-1

town meetings, iii. 971²-3

Poultney mfg. co., iii. 1001

Poultney river, Fair Haven, iii. 676²-7

Poultney river flood, Middletown, iii. 827-9

Poverty of pioneers, of Plainfield, iv. 718

Powers family, of Athens, v. pt. 2, 370-4

Pownal, hist. by T. E. Brownell, i. 213-8, 2d ed. 212-7

in part, granted by N. Y., i. 146, 2d ed. 148²

in Revolution, i. 216-7, 2d ed. 215

public safety committee, i. 217, 2d ed. 216

Pratsburg, see Sheldon; and Swanton

Preface of vol, 1, i. pref. pp. iii-iv

vol. 2, ii. pref. pp. v-vi

vol. 3, iii. pref. pp. v-vi

vol. 5, v. pref. p. iii.

Prehistoric lake, in Westfield, iii. 354

Presbyterian church, in Caledonia co., i. 269

Presidents of Univ. of Vt., i. 521-30

Press notices, see Excerpts from periodicals relating to the Gazetteer

Preston family, of Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 718-9

Prices for food, 1774, i. 267

Price fixing by town meeting, Guilford, v. pt. 2, 22-3

of land, in Danby, iii. 581

Plainfield, iv. 715

Rutland, iii. 1015-6

Prices, in Fairfield, ii. 198

of mdse., in Montpelier, about 1800, iv. 269

in Washington co., iv. 5

Primitive inhabitants of Champlain valley, iv. 941-3

Prince family of Guilford, v. pt. 3, 78-80

Princetown, N. Y. grant, i. 121, 146, 2d ed. 148²

Printer, Anthony Haswell, i. 176-7, 2d ed. 178-9

Printing, first in Vermont, at Westminster, v. pt. 2, 576², 601

in Bennington co., i. 252-3

Prisoners of war, from Peacham, i. 359²

treatment by British, ii. 783²-96

Probate court officers of Franklin co., ii. 95

Proclamation by N. Y. against Allen and others, i. 151, 767², 2d ed. 153², 768²-9

by Allen and others against Duane and others, v. pt. 35, 26

by Allen and others against N. Y. claimants, i. 151, 2d ed. 153²

by Gov. Martin Chittenden, i. 671

of N. Y. against N. H. grantees, 1769, i. 148, 2d ed. 150²

promulgating the King's boundary decision of 1764, i. 145², 2d ed. 148

Products of Westfield, iii. 349

Prohibitory law accepted in Danby, 1853, iii. 596

of 1852, and commissioners in Orleans co., iii. 34

Proprietors' meetings, of Brandon, continued after organization of town, iii. 433

 

 

1082                            HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Proprietors' "rights" only 30 acres each in St. George, i. 851²

Prospect Park, Montpelier, iv. 307

Protestant Episcopal church heir of the soc. for prop. the Gospel in foreign parts, v. pt. 3, 41²

title to lands in N. H. grants, i. 69

Providence Island, in Grand isle co., ii. 473

Providence (R. I.), persons from, settle in Lyndon, i. 339

Public morals and education, in Washington co., iv. 12

Publishers of Brattleboro, v. 76-7

Pucker street, Stowe, ii. 701

Pumping mills, see Plumping mills

Putney causalties, v. pt. 2, 228-9

charters, v. pt. 2, 220-1

collegiates, v. pt. 2, 224

first settled 1742, v. pt. 2, 251

forts, v. pt. 2, 219-20

granted to Palmer Goulding, v. pt. 2, 251²

hist. by Rev. Amos Foster, v. pt. 2, 217-70

military hist., v. pt. 2, 226-8

natural hist., v. pt. 2, 217-8

pioneers, v. pt. 2, 219

town and other officers, v. pt. 2, 221, 223

vital records, v. pt. 2, 230-2

Put's Creek, near Port Henry, i. 12²

 

 

 

Quicklime, produced in Colchester, i. 758

Williamstown, ii. 1140

"Quieting Act" of Vt. legislature, iii. 573²

Quiltings, in Guilford, v. pt. 3, 65

Quit rent commissioners of N. Y. for settling N. H. grantees' claims, i. 148, 2d ed. 150²

in N. H. charters, v. pt. 2, 410²

of Bennington, i. 142², 2d ed. 145

Quonekticut, Indian name of Connecticut river, v. pt. 2, 276²

 

 

 

Radical rebellion in Canada, see Canadian rebellion of 1837

Railroad across Champlain, ii. 502²

buildings at St. Albans, ii. 329-30

built between Rutland and Troy, N. Y., i. 700

charter through central Vt., secured 1833, iv. 6²

chartered from Brattleboro to Bennington, 1769 (1879), v. pt. 3³, 14

extension westward and in Canada, iv. 306

law proposed in 1871 by L. C. Kellogg, iii. 424

matters fill many columns of Montpelier newspapers in 1830, iv. 301²

miniature, invented at Brandon, iii. 486

narrow gauge, to Athens, v. pt. 2, 382

needed in Missisquoi valley, ii. 373

projected between Boston & Lake Ontario, 1827, iv. 301-7

proposed through Athens, v. pt. 2, 381²

proposed between Island Pond & St. Johnsbury, i. 956²

struggle for, in Franklin co., ii. 301²-3

through Cabot, iv. 86²

Railroads, through Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 511

see also names of roads, as Connecticut and Passumpsic rivers R. R.

Rainfall in July, 1830, in Middlesex, iv. 233

Randolph charters, ii. 1171-3

description, ii. 971-2

epidemics, ii. 1061²

granted, ii. 974-6

grantees, ii. 976

hist., by H. A. Ruse, ii. 1171-6

by Rufus Nutting, and others, ii. 971-1067

Indian raids, ii. 977-89

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1083

 

Randolph, military hist. ii. 990-4

organized 1783, ii. 995

physicians, ii. 1005-7

pioneers, ii. 996²-7, 1045²

proprietors' records, ii. 1027²-31

scenery, ii. 1064²-5

settled, 1775, ii. 977

statistics, ii. 995

town and other officers, ii. 996, 1042

town records, ii. 1027²-32

vital records, ii. 1175²-6

Randolph farmer's club, ii. 1040-1

Random, see Brighton

Ranger company organize in Manchester, i. 202, 2d ed. 201²

Rangers, in Bennington battle, v. pt. 3, 19

Robert Rogers', spy Crown Point, 1. 3

Rangers, or the Tory's Daughter, by D. P. Thompson, quoted, i. 201², 2d ed. 201

Ransom Guards, St. Albans, ii. 435

Raspberries sold in Worcester, iv. 891

Rattlesnake den, in Bristol, i. 19

hill, i. 457²

Point, Salisbury, i. 90

Raven rock, i. 133, note; 2d ed. 134², note

Readsboro, boundary, i. 219², 2d ed. 218²

hist. by W. H. Follet and others, i. 219-21, 2d ed. 218-20

records burned, 1793, i. 220, 2d ed. 219

returning soldiers stopped at, in 1759, i. 219, 2d ed. 218

Recipe for "pound cake," iv. 53²

Reciprocity aid to Richford trade, ii. 283²

The Recording Angel, by L. G. Mead, jr., v. 152

Recruiting station at Bennington, i. 136², 2d ed. 138²

Red Men, of Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 512

Red Sand-rook Mountains, ii. 217²

Reef bridge, Panton, i. 79²

Rehoboth (Mass.), persons from, settle in Lyndon, i. 340

Relics of Bennington battle, i. 158, 186, 2d ed. 160, 187²

Champlain valley, oldest of Iroquois origin, iv. 943

St. Francis Indians, in Champlain valley, iv. 943-7

Religious services in Caledonia co., by Scotch, i. 268-9

services practise at Missisquoi by Indians, iv. 961-2

Report by Ira Allen on conference with Canada, i. 774

Reports on projected canals in Vt. 1826, iv. 300

Republican press association of N. H. Biog. sketch of Edmund Burk, of West­minster, Vt., v. pt. 2, 627²

Republican town government, Guilford, v. pt. 3, 5

Resolutions of Cumberland co. committee of safety, June, 1776, v. 12

Rescue of Remember Baker, i. 124-5

Resources of Grand Isle co., ii. 477²-8

Ressegne family, iv. 1175

Restorationist society of Newfane, v. pt. 2, 485²

Retributive justice for Ira Allen's practises, iv. 715

Return of Ethan Allen to Bennington, 1778, i. 159, 2d ed. 161

Riviere a la Moelle, early name of the Winooski river, iv. 251

Review notices, of the Vt. Hist. Gazetteer, see Excerpts from periodicals noticing the Gazetteer

Revolutionary conventions in Cumberland co., v. 10²-13

war claims of Va., i. 180, 2d ed. 182

war monument, in Weybridge, i. 109² note

Revolutionary war officers of Franklin co., ii. 389²-91

Pensioners of 1840, of Barton, iii. 75, 374

Bradford, 1840, ii. 1160

 

 

1084    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Revolutionary war pensioners of Braintree, 1840, ii. 1161

Brookfield, 1840, ii. 1163

Burlington, i. 510

Chelsea, 1840, ii. 1167

Corinth, 1840, ii. 1169

Franklin co., ii. 392-4

Fairlee, 1840, ii. 1169

Middlesex, iv. 247²

Orange, 1840, ii. 1171²

Randolph, 1840, ii. 989²

Rutland co., iii. 1212-20

Topsham,, 1840, ii. 1182

Thetford, 1840, ii. 1178

Vershire, 1840, ii. 1182

Vt., iv. 1199

Washington, 1840, ii. 1182

West Fairlee, 1840, ii. 1169

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 670²

Revolutionary war soldiers, buried in Orwell, i. 73²

Col. Ebenezer Allen, ii. 572²

Elisha Bartlett, ii. 241

Josiah Brush, ii. 183

Capt. Joshua Clapp, ii. 275

George Cutting, v. pt. 2, 730

Capt. Thomas Dixon, ii. 573²

Jabez Fitch, ii. 638²

Hezekiah Goff, ii. 287²

Micah Hatch, iv. 226

Robert Hunkins, ii. 827

Seth Hubbell, ii. 775

Capt. Jedediah Hyde, ii. 543, 635²

Jedediah Hyde, jr., ii. 543

Lent Ives, iii. 1167

Maj. Amos Morrill, ii. 340²

Nathan Murray, ii. 176²

Lt. Jonathan Park, v. pt. 2, 488

Joseph Randall, iii. 1168

Nathaniel Read, ii. 614

Maj. Reuben Read, ii. 614

Daniel Rice, v. pt. 2, 529

James Rhoades, v. pt. 2, 554

Thomas Stickney, ii. 183²

Jacob Story, ii. 177

Dr. John Warner, ii. 348²

Josiah Wood, iii. 1121²

Rev. Benjamin Wooster, ii. 193²

Revolutionary war soldiers, of Addison, i. 6, 9, 13-4

Barnet, i. 278², 283

Barre, iv. 41

Bennington, i. 152-3, 157-8, 164², 167, 169², 171-6, 2d ed. 154-5, 160-1, 166², 169, 171², 173-8

Benson, iii. 417-20

Berkshire, ii. 110, 117, 119, 121, 123

Braintree, ii. 852

Brandon, iii. 438-40, 446, 449, 489

Brattleboro, v. 53

Bristol, i. 21

Brookline, v. pt. 2, 384

Brownington, iii. 377

Cabot, iv. 119

Calais, iv. 147

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1085

 

Revolutionary war soldiers, of Castleton, iii. 505-9, 529, 533²-4, 547², 549²

Charleston, iii. 98, 105, 125

Charlotte, i. 737

Clarendon, iii. 560, 565²

Cornwall, i. 26-7

Craftsbury, iii. 171

Danby, iii. 590², 615-7, 619, 622, 624, 627-32, 637, 641, 643, 649, 653

Danville, i. 314, 316², 320

Dorset, i. 184², 186-8, 2d ed. 185², 187-9

Dover, v. pt. 2, 354-5

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 117-28

East Montpelier, iv. 587

Essex, i. 784

Fair Haven, iii. 682, 686², 690², 720, 724, 726, 728, 731, 735, 738

Ferrisburg, i. 32²

Franklin, ii. 220, 228, 231

Franklin co., ii. 389-91

Georgia, ii. 243²-4

Glover, iii. 105, 107²

Goshen, i. 36²-7, 39

Grand Isle, ii. 539-41, 1189²

Groton, iv. 1164

Hardwick, i. 324, 332²

Hinesburg, i. 804, 806-7

Holland, iii. 233

Hubbardton, iii. 757-8, 772

Hyde Park, ii. 656²

Ira, iii. 780

Irasburg, iii. 238², 249²-50

Isle La Motte, ii. 557

Landgrove, i. 197²

Leicester, i. 44²

Lyndon, i. 343, 353

Maidstone, i. 1032

Marlboro, v. pt. 2, 452

Middlebury, i. 51

Middletown, iii. 795, 801, 806-7, 822

Monkton, i. 66

Montpelier, iv. 341

Morristown, ii. 683-685²

Mount Tabor, iii. 868²-9

New Haven, i. 69², 70, 72

Newbury, ii. 919, 928, 934, 946-7

North Hero, ii. 567

Orange, ii. 957-8

Orwell, i. 73²

Panton, i. 80-3

Pawlet, ii. 872-4, 886, 898, 907, 909, 913-5, 917-25, 928, 931-2

Peacham, i. 363²

Pittsford, iii. 940, 942-3, 956

Poultney, iii. 974, 978-9, 982-3, 989

Pownal, i. 213, 218², 2d ed. 211², 217²

Putney, v. pt. 2, 226²

Randolph, ii. 969², 1015, 1020, 1048, 1050

Richmond, i. 843²

Rockingham, v. pt. 2, 507, 508

Rupert, i. 223², 226, 2d ed. 222², 224

Rutland, iii. 1051, 1077, 1084-5, 1099

Salisbury, i. 91

Sandgate, i. 230

Shaftsbury, i. 232-4, 236

 

 

 

1086    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Revolutionary war soldiers, of Sheffield, i. 418

Sheldon, ii. 373²

Shoreham, i. 94², 97², 100

Shrewsbury, iii. 1137

Stamford, i. 238, 2d ed. 237²

Stowe, ii. 741

Strafford, ii. 1074-5, 1083², 1088²

Stratton, v. pt. 2, 522

Sudbury, iii. 1139

Sunderland, i. 239-40

Sutton, v. pt. 34, 53

Tinmouth, iii. 1142-5, 1149, 1152

Townshend, v. pt. 2, 540

Tunbridge, ii. 1125-6, 1131

Underhill, i. 887²

Vernon, v. pt. 2, 287²

Wardsboro, v. pt. 2, 673, 680²-1

Wells, iii. 1197-1208

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 591, 596², 597²

Westminster West, v. pt. 2, 652

Whiting i. 116

Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 719²

Williamstown, ii. 1145²

Windham, v. pt. 3³, 7, 20

Winhall, i. 246²

Woodbury, iv. 879

Rhinebeck (N. Y.), persons from, settle in Highgate, ii. 272²

Ribbed knitting machine works, v. pt. 35, 45

Richardson family, of Sutton, v. pt. 34, 31-2

Richford, charter, ii. 278

hist. by Rev. Jay Powell, ii. 278-89

mail received through Enosburg postoffice until 1817, ii. 281²

North Star, of Danville, early circulated in town, ii. 281²

physicians, ii. 287

pioneers, ii. 279-80, 284

town and other officers, ii. 280-1

Richmond, hist. by S. H. Davis, i. 843-51

settled, i. 844²

town and other officers, i. 844²

vital records, i. 846²

Richville, in Shoreham, i. 94²

Ripton, hist. by S. Damon, i. 85-7

natural history, i. 85-6

Riptown, see Ripton

Road from Newbury to St. John's (P. Q.), i. 266²

Road breaking in Worcester, iv. 895

designed by N. H. to Coos Meadows, 1752, ii. 916

from Portland to St. Albans, ii. 667

from Wilmington to Bennington, v. pt. 33, 8

military, from Crown Point to Charlestown, N. H., i. 93²

to Crown Point through Rutland, built 1759, iii. 1014

Roads of Albany, iii. 55

Arlington, i. 123², 2d ed. 124

Barton, iii. 83

Barnet, i. 280

Bennington, i. 138, 2d ed. 140; v. pt. 35, 29

Berlin, iv. 53, 260²

Brighton, i. 953²

Brookline, v. pt. 2, 385

Brownington, iii. 376

Brunswick, i. 963², 965

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1087

 

Roads of Burlington, i. 500²

Cabot, iv. 86

Calais, iv. 135-7

Castleton, iii. 503

Charleston, iii. 106

Coventry, iii. 141-2

Danby, iii. 578², 582, 591, 597

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 78-9

Fair Haven, iii. 673

Fairfax, ii. 170, 174

Fairlee, ii. 890-1

Fayston, iv. 178

Grand Isle, ii. 527

Greensboro, iii. 213

Guilford, v. pt. 3. 37²-8

Guildhall and Granby, i. 1004²

Hyde Park, ii. 634²

Landgrove, i. 198

Lowell, iii. 278²-9

Lyndon, i. 340²

Montpelier, iv. 260²

Newfane, v. pt. 2, 456²

North Hero, ii. 565

Orleans co., iii. 380²

Pawlet, iii. 897

Peru, i. 208, 2d ed. 207

Pittsford, iii. 939²

Ripton, i. 85²

Roxbury, iv. 735²

St. Johnsbury, i. 392, 395-6, 401

Sheldon, ii. 373

Shrewsbury, iii. 1124²

Stowe, ii. 699²

Sutton, v. pt. 34, 46²

Victory, i. 1046, 1047²

Waterbury, iv. 826²-7

West Fairlee, ii. 908²

Westfield, iii. 346²-7

Westminster, v. pt. 2, 562, 565, 630²

Westmore, iii. 366-7

Wheelock, i. 433²

Williamstown, ii. 1142

Worcester, iv. 884

none from Newbury to Boston, ii. 922²

see also Stage lines; Turnpikes; Post routes

Roberts family, of Groton, iv. 1162

Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 720-1

Robinson family, of Westminster, v. pt. 2, 589

Robinson meadow, Newfane, v. pt. 2, 458

Robinson's regt. at Mount Independence, July, 1777, i. 153², 2d. ed. 155²

Rochester and Granville range, in Braintree, ii. 844²

Rock Island, in Conn. river, v. pt. 2, 276²-7

Rock Point, in Shelburne, i. 456

Rock Retzio, i. 2²

Rocking-stone, in Braintree, ii. 844²

Manchester, i. 254²

Rockinghan, attempt to secure county buildings, v. pt. 2, 494

census, 1764, 1771, v. pt. 2, 494, 499-500, 503

charter, v. pt. 2, 494

Civil war record, v. pt. 2, 508²-9

first settlement, v. pt. 2, 493

 

 

 

1088    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Rockingham, grantees, v. pt. 2, 495

hist. by E. A. Derby & E. B. Albee, v. pt. 2, 493-509

in the Revolution, v. pt. 2, 508

military hist., v. pt. 2, 507-9

origin of name, v. pt. 2, 532

pioneers, v. pt. 2, 503-5

town and other officers, v. pt. 2, 499-500, 503

town records, v. pt. 2, 496-7

villages, v. pt. 2, 501-2

Rocky slope, of Mansfield, appeared to Champlain as snow-covered, iv. 942

Rogers' expedition against St. Francis Indians, in 1759, i. 263-5, 272-3, 756; ii. 271, 815

journal, 1756, i. 660

Roll call at June trainings, ii. 348²

Rood's island, near Swanton, iv. 949²

Round island, in Passumpsic river, i. 264, 272-3

Rouses Point, supersedes St. John's as shipping terminus, i. 699

terminus of Ogdensburg R. R., ii. 302

Roxbury (Conn.), people from, settle in Arlington, i. 123

Roxbury, centennial celebration, iv. 761²-4

hist. by Mrs. Sarah B. Mansfield, iv. 735-68

military record, iv. 753-6

pioneers, iv. 737-46

town and other officers, iv. 757-61

town meeting, iv. 735²-6

vital records, iv. 756-7

Royal American regt., i. 158, 2d ed. 160

Royal order, prohibiting N. Y. from disturbing N. H. Grantees, disregarded, i. 127², 147², 167², 2d ed. 128², 150, 169²

Royalston (Mass.), persons from, settle in Salisbury, i. 90²

Royalton, burned, ii. 857

Indian raid, ii. 1173-4

Runaway pond, in Glover, iii. 203²-4

Rupert, hist. by H. Sheldon, i. 221-8, 2d ed. 220-7

land divisions, i. 223, 2d ed. 221²

pioneers, i. 224-5, 2d ed. 222-3

records, i. 226-7, 2d ed. 225

records lost, i. 222², 2d ed. 221²

Shays' hiding in, in 1787, i. 226, 2d ed. 225

Rural magazine, cited, i. 185, 2d ed. 186

Rutland, centennial celebration, iii. 1009-41

charter cost $100., iii. 1014

collegiates, iii. 1062-4

famous men, iii. 1013

granted, 1761, iii. 1014

hist. by Chauncy K. Williams, and others, iii. 1009-1120

newspapers, iii. 1064

noted men, iii. 1026

origin of name, iii. 1014

original name Fairfield, iii. 1014²

pioneers, iii. 1015

settled 1770, iii. 1015

surveyed, iii. 1014², 1016

town and other officers, iii. 1080-2

Rutland and Burlington R. R., iii. 1113-8

chartered, ii. 301²

connected with Rouse's Point, i. 699

Rutland and Washington R. R., in. 826, 981

Rutland co. boundaries, i. 464

divided, 1785, ii. 474

est. 1781, i. 464

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1089

 

Rutland co., history, iii. 403-1230

items, iii. 1211-30

N. Y. controversy, iii. 403-5

organized, i. 121

pension list, 1840, iii. 1212-30

successively a part of Albany, Charlotte and Bennington counties, iii. 403

Rutland co. court, attempt to silence in 1786, ii. 229²

in Tinmouth, iii. 1144-5

Rutland co. grammar school, iii. 517²

Rutland fort, 1778, i. 12

Rutland marble co., iii. 1068

Rutland R. R., i. 518²

history, iii. 1112-3, 1118-20; v. pt. 2, 511²

Ryegate, granted, 1763, i. 375

hist. by Rev. J. M. Beattie, i. 375-85

pioneers, i. 375-7

villages, i. 379²

 

 

 

Sack of Royalton, 1780, i. 835

Sacketts brook, Putney, v. pt. 2, 217

Saddles, price of, i. 33

Sadawga village, Whitingham, v. pt. 2, 687²

Sage's City, see North Bennington

Sail vessels on Lake Champlain, 1756, i. 660-2

Sailboat traffic on Champlain, i. 683

St. Albans, character defended, ii. 293

French grant, ii. 89

granted 1763, 1779, ii. 90, 290

grantees, ii. 290

hills, ii. 289²

hist. by L. L. Dutcher, ii. 289-368

hotels, ii. 310²-1

pioneers, ii. 290-3, 311, 340-1

shire town, 1793, ii. 291²

town and other officers, ii. 331²

town meetings, ii. 291

village, ii. 310-1

St. Albans steam-boat co., ii. 298²

St. Albans Methodist circuit, ii. 334²

St. Albans Point, ii. 289²

St. Albans raid, 1864, ii. 303-8, 374

in Highgate, ii. 267²-8

St. Andrew's Gore, location 1788, iv. 714

St. Augustine lake, see St. Austin lake

St. Austin lake, in Poultney, iii. 995 note, 1190

St. Catherine lake, origin of name, iii. 1190²

St. Francis Indians, i. 262-3

at Coos, i. 265²

attacked by Maj. Rogers, 1759, iv. 960

in Franklin, ii. 218

in Missisquoi valley, iv. 941, 943-4

in Vt., iv. 2²

lease lands at Missisquoi to English, iv. 962-4

lease to Hilliker, on Missisquoi 1779, iv. 972²

menace to Sheldon, ii. 371

mode of living. iv. 947-9

on lower Missisquoi about 1650, iv. 944²

on the Conn. river, iv. 943²

resist English settlement of Coos valley, ii. 916-8

traditions, i. 31²

supposed so called because followers of St.. Francis, of Sales, iv. 944

 

 

 

 

1090    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

St. Francis Indians, visit Lyndon, i. 339

St. George, granted, 1763, i. 851

grantees, i. 851

hist. by Henry Lawrence, i. 851-4

origin of name, i. 851²

pioneers, i. 852

settled, 1784, i. 852

St. John Baptist benevolent society, of Montpelier, iv. 356

St. John's, Canada, i. 2

superseded by Rouses Point, as shipping terminus, i. 699

St. Johnsbury, census, i. 406²

charters, i. 386-90

description, 1860, i. 411-2

granted by Vt., i. 388²

grantees, i. 390²

hist. by Rev. Edward T. Fairbanks, i. 386-412

origin of name, i. 388-9

pioneers, i. 390-1, 396-7

proprietors' meeting, i. 393

surveyed, i. 392-3

town lines, i. 392²

town meetings, i. 395², 399

town records, i. 393, 395-6, 399

St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain R. R., 1877, iv. 1012

St. Johnsbury Plain, i. 411

St. Lawrence entered by Cartier 1534, iv. 934

Salem, granted, 1780, iii. 367

hist. by Pliny H. White, iii. 306²-9

military hist., iii. 308²-9

pioneers, iii. 307²-8

proprietors' meetings, iii. 307²

settled, iii. 307²

town and other officers, iii. 308²-9, 395²

Salisbury (Conn.), persons from, settle in Addison, i. 7

persons from, settle in Fairfax, ii. 169

persons from, settle in New Haven, i. 69²

persons from, settle in St. Albans, ii. 290²

persons from, settle in Salisbury, i. 90²

persons from, settle in Sunderland, i. 239

persons from, settle in Tinmouth, iii. 1141²

Salisbury (Vt.), bounds, i. 69, 88², 91²

hist. by J. M. Weeks, i. 88-92

origin of name, i. 88²

Salt licks in Addison, i. 4

Salts of lye, i. 304

"Sam Patch outdone," incident in Pownal, i. 217², 2d ed. 216²

Sanbornton (N. H.), persons from, settle in Hardwick, i. 327²

Sancoick (N. Y.), v. pt. 35, 18

Sand bar, between Milton and South Hero, i. 458; ii. 244, 301²-2, 341²

Sand Bar Bridge, South Hero, ii. 575-6

Sand Point, early name of Colchester Point (?), i. 2², 754²

Sandgate, description, i. 230, 2d ed. 229²

hist. by W. Randall, i. 230-1, 2d ed. 229-30

Sandisfield (Mass.), persons from, settle in Benson, iii. 408²

Sandusky, in Granville, i. 41²

Sandwich, (N. H.), persons from, settle in Lyndon, i. 340

persons from, settle in Sutton, i. 423², 424

Sandwich Islands, see Hawaii

Sandy Point, i. 1, 7², 8

Sap feeder invented in Middlesex, iv. 243

Saranac river, camp of Vt. militia, Sept. 1814, i. 107²

 

 

 

SUBJECT INDEX         1091

 

Savage Island, near Grand Isle, ii. 473, 540²

Sawmill built by French on Missisquoi, iv. 957

Sawmill hill, Cabot, iv. 81

Sawtell family, of Newfane, v. pt. 2, 459-60

Saxtons River, v. pt. 2, 358, 499, 501, 552

Saxtons Elver seminary, Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 512

Schaghticoke, Indians, i. 3

Schenectady (N. Y.), i. 2

attacked by Indiana in 1690 from Missisquoi, iv. 950

Schenectady slate co., of Poultney, iii. 1001

School fund, of Danby, iii. 595²

Pawlet, iii. 898

School lot of Fairfax, ii. 170

superintendents in Orleans co., iii. 34

Schools, co. Supts., ii. 98

for girls, i. 110

Schools of Albany, iii. 54

Alburg, ii. 496²-7

Bakersfield, ii. 108

Barnet, i. 280

Barton, iii. 86

Bellows Falls, v. pt. 2, 511

Bennington, i. 139, 163-4, 2d ed. 141², 165-6; v. pt. 35, 43, 47

Berkshire, ii. 111

Bradford, ii. 816-8, 828

Braintree, ii. 846

Brandon, iii. 500²-1

Brattleboro, v. 39-41, 44

Brookfield, ii. 862

Brookline, v. pt. 2, 378, 383

Brownington, iii. 92

Brunswick, i. 963²

Burke, i. 304²

Burlington, i. 519-20, 536

Cabot, iv. 87²-8

Caledonia co., i. 269²

Castleton, iii. 513, 517-21

Charleston, iii. 112

Charlotte, i. 737²

Chittenden co., i. 470

Clarendon, iii. 570²-1

Concord, i. 973-4, 976

Cornwall, i. 25

Coventry, iii. 143²-4, 148, 160

Craftsbury, iii. 166

Danby, iii. 597², 604

Dover, v. pt. 2, 344-5

Dummerston, v. pt. 2, 174, 194

East Haven, i. 986

Enosburg, ii. 134-5, 141, 152

Essex, i. 783

Fair Haven, iii. 714

Fairfax, ii. 170, 172-3

Fairfield, ii. 192², 193

Fairlee, ii. 903²-4

Fletcher, ii. 203

Franklin, ii. 223-4

Franklin co., supts., ii. 98

Georgia, ii. 246

Glover, iii. 199-200

Grafton, v. pt. 2, 554²

 

 

 

1092    HEMENWAY'S HISTORICAL GAZETTEER

 

Schools of Granby, i. 994

Grand Isle co., ii. 476

Granville, i. 42

Guildhall, i. 1005-6

Guilford, v. pt. 3, 10, 54

Greensboro, iii. 213²

Halifax, v. pt. 2, 409

Hardwick, i. 325-6

Highgate, ii. 255, 263

Hinesburg, i. 795²

Holland, iii. 236

Hubbardton, iii. 755

Huntington. i. 817²-8

Irasburg, iii. 244

Isle La Motte, ii. 555²

Johnson, ii. 673

Lincoln, i. 49

Londonderry, v. pt. 3¹, 17

Lowell, iii. 275²

Lunenburg, i. 1018²

Manchester, i. 211, 2d ed. 210²

Middlebury, i. 54²

Middlesex, iv. 236